Blues call in Edwards to bolster defence
Shaun Edwards will attempt to shore up the Cardiff Blues defence after joining the region on a consultancy basis.
Hook set for second Ospreys debut
Former Wales international James Hook will make his first Ospreys appearance in six years when the Welsh region faces Leicester Tigers on Friday night.
WRU Confirm Halfpenny talks ongoing
Welsh Rugby Union chairman Gareth Davies has confirmed that "talks are ongoing" to bring Leigh Halfpenny back to play in Wales.
Halfpenny poised to join Scarlets - report
Leigh Halfpenny has agreed a return to Wales with the Scarlets, according to reports.
Warburton donates Lions kit to charity
Lions captain Sam Warburton has donated kit from this summer's Lions tour and kit from his club Cardiff Blues to charity.
Phillips wants Halfpenny to return to Wales
Former Wales scrum-half Mike Phillips wants compatriot Leigh Halfpenny to return to welsh regional rugby after his exit this summer from Toulon.
Law changes should provide speedier, simpler rugby - Dowd
World Rugby should be applauded for its looming law changes with the amendments set to simplify and speed up the game, which is a huge positive for referees and fans alike -- Craig Dowd writes.
Law amendments set to shake up breakdown contest
The ability of openside 'fetchers' to dominate the breakdown could be a thing of the past, after World Rugby rubberstamped three new amendments as part of an overhaul to the game's laws set to commence next month.
WRU agrees 'multi-million pound' Isuzu deal
Wales will have a new sponsor for their November Tests after the Welsh Rugby Union signed a "multi-million pound" agreement with car manufacturer Isuzu.
Wales players overcome illness in Samoa win
Wales head coach Robin McBryde was full of praise for his players after they overcame a brutal sickness bug to seal a 19-17 victory over Samoa.
Evans brace saves Wales in Samoa
A late try from Scarlets winger Steffan Evans snatched a dramatic 19-17 win for Wales over Samoa in Apia.
Hansen shows his hand with shock Ioane promotion
Warren Gatland may have taken out the award for multiple selection day shocks, but All Blacks coach Steve Hansen pulled his own swiftie with the shock promotion of Rieko Ioane.
Thornton to debut for Wales vs. Samoa
Wales interim coach Robin McBryde has made seven changes to the side that beat Tonga for Friday's Test against Samoa at Apia Park.
Cuthbert ruled out of Wales' trip to Samoa
Wales winger Alex Cuthbert has been ruled out of Friday's Test against Samoa with a shoulder injury, further depleting interim coach Robin McBryde's resources.
Injury forces Ross Moriarty out of Lions tour
The British & Irish Lions have lost another player through injury with Ross Moriarty returning home after failing to recover from a back strain.
Lions draft in six players for midweek side
The British & Irish Lions have confirmed Wales quartet Kristian Dacey, Cory Hill, Tomas Francis and Gareth Davies will link up with the squad with two further players from Scotland to follow.
France reprimanded in HIA row
The French rugby federation has been reprimanded for failing to follow head injury assessment (HIA) protocols during the conclusion to March's RBS 6 Nations win over Wales in Paris.
Wales grind out win over Tonga
Wales ground out a 24-6 victory over Tonga at Eden Park as Alex Cuthbert's effort and a late penalty try gave them a winning start to their two-Test summer tour.
Nine in line for Wales debuts vs. Tonga
Wasps flanker Thomas Young is one of three players making their Wales debuts in Friday's clash with Tonga in Auckland.
Jackman replaces Jones as Dragons coach
Bernard Jackman has been revealed as the first Dragons coach since the Welsh Rugby Union's [WRU] takeover of the region was confirmed.
Davies eager to shine in Biggar's Wales absence
Sam Davies is ready to take his chance at fly-half for Wales when they face Tonga on Friday.
Williams excited by youthful Wales squad
Scott Williams has backed Wales' young guns to make a big impression in their summer Tests with Pacific Island duo Tonga and Samoa.
Lions aim to build world's best rugby pack
The British and Irish Lions have just over two weeks to meet a lofty target on their tour of New Zealand.
Dollman set to return for start of Premiership
Aviva Premiership champions Exeter are hoping Phil Dollman will be fit by the start of the season after the fullback suffered a knee injury in the final.
Chaos and 'x-factor' rugby - Debunking the 'Warrenball' myth
Warren Gatland hates the term 'Warrenball', a term he feels does his attacking philosophy a disservice. Tony Hanks and Rob Howley outline why Gatland is a far more positive coach than his critics give him credit for.
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