Webb slams WRU decision
Ospreys scrum-half Rhys Webb has hit out at the WRU's decision to prevent players with fewer than 60 caps playing abroad from representing Wales.
Test rugby's walking wounded
With the November internationals nearing, the biggest concern for the major nations is the growing size of their injury lists -- will key players be fit for the end-of-year tours?
Watkins the Webb of 1960s Welsh rugby
Holding onto its best players was as much a worry for Wales 50 years ago as it is today. The difference is that back in 1967 concerns focused on rugby league, and players being lost forever, rather than to England and France.
Baldwin in contention for Ospreys return
Scott Baldwin could make his first Ospreys appearance since being bitten by a lion against Saracens in the Champions Cup Saturday.
Injury sidelines George North for six weeks
Wales will be without star winger George North for the bulk of the autumn internationals after he was ruled out for between six to eight weeks.
Common sense needed to solve Webb dilemma
In adopting Australia's 60-cap rule the Welsh Rugby Union has used a blunt instrument to solve a problem that required a more subtle approach, writes John Taylor.
Boudjellal: Toulon would need fee to release Webb
Mourad Boudjellal has warned Warren Gatland that Toulon would require a fee to release Rhys Webb from his contract.
Baldwin explains 'lucky escape' after lion bite
Wales hooker Scott Baldwin was told escaping serious injury following an encounter with a lion in South Africa was "like winning the lottery".
Gatland: I'll never coach the Lions again
After two impressive tours with the British & Irish Lions, Warren Gatland says he will not take up the job again.
Gatland urges Webb to reconsider Toulon move
Rhys Webb is the main casualty of the Welsh Rugby Union's change in policy on overseas-based players with Warren Gatland admitting he feels uncomfortable about the scrum-half's situation.
Assessing Wales' change in selection policy
The Welsh Rugby Union have changed their selection policy for overseas based players, but what does it all mean? ESPN compares 'Gatland's Law' to the new rule introduced on Monday.
Has Australia's 60-cap policy been a success?
Wales announced Monday that they will follow the Australian model and select overseas based players so long as they have played 60 Tests. Sam Bruce assesses whether it has been a success for the Wallabies.
WRU scraps Gatland's Law, adopts Aus model
The Welsh Rugby Union has announced it is changing their selection policy for overseas based players, more commonly known as Gatland's Law.
Wales close to deciding Gatland replacement
The WRU hope to announce Warren Gatland's successor as national head coach by next summer.
Wales consider tweak to selection policy
The Welsh Rugby Union is reportedly weighing up making changes to its policy concerning players based outside of the four regions.
Hill: Dragons players feared for their jobs
Cardiff head into their first Welsh derby of the 2017-18 PRO14 season under a cloud, but the visit of the Dragons Friday night offers Danny Wilson and his side hope that things will get better.
Ospreys, WRU confirm Webb exit
Wales scrum-half Rhys Webb will leave the Ospreys at the end of the current season, it has been confirmed.
Baldwin in good company: Freak sporting injuries
Scott Baldwin has set the bar high in terms of bizarre sporting injuries, but he is by no means alone in his admittedly novel approach to skipping matches.
Ospreys' Baldwin bitten by a lion
Ospreys and Wales forward Scott Baldwin suffered a laceration to his hand and missed his side's defeat to the Cheetahs.
Record financial results for WRU
The Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) has announced its financial results for the year, which include record turnover of £74.9 million
Priestland realistic about Wales chances
Bath's Wales international fly-half Rhys Priestland says he would be surprised if he plays for his country again.
How much longer will Sam Warburton go on?
Nobody works harder at making sure he is in peak condition, yet Sam Warburton's almost literally falling apart before he is 30 after at least 20 serious injuries.
Warburton setback 'a major blow for all'
Cardiff Blues head coach Danny Wilson has described Wales star Sam Warburton's latest injury setback as "a major blow for all concerned".
Sam Warburton to undergo neck surgery
British & Irish Lions and Wales captain Sam Warburton will miss the remainder of the year to undergo surgery on a long-standing neck injury, his club Cardiff Blues have announced.
Dan Biggar set to join Northampton Saints
Northampton Saints have announced the signing of Wales star Dan Biggar ahead of next season.
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