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British & Irish Lions team of the week

The battle for the British & Irish Lions jerseys was an interesting side note to a brilliant Six Nations weekend, but it must have caused a welcomed selection problem for Warren Gatland.

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Wales fans deserve better - Warburton

Sam Warburton says Wales need to be harsh on each other as his side come to grips with successive Six Nations losses.

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Wales' captain over-ruled by kickers

Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones insisted he was over-ruled by the kickers in turning down a kick at goal, for a kick to the corner as Wales trailed 16-13 in their Six Nations defeat to Scotland.

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Cotter hails Scotland's character in Wales win

Scotland coach Vern Cotter heaped praise on how his side responded to pressure as they turned a four point half-time deficit into a 16 point win over Wales at Murrayfield.

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Barclay: Scotland can beat anyone

Confidence is sky high in Scotland after Vern Cotter's side stunned Wales 29-13 to move to two wins in the Six Nations Championship.

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Howley backs Faletau amid pressure

Wales boss Rob Howley has backed number eight Taulupe Faletau to thrive amid the intense pressure created by a fierce battle for back-row places.

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Williams: Lions tour would be pinnacle

Wales star Liam Williams says it would be a career "pinnacle" if he is selected for the British and Irish Lions squad later this year.

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Huw Jones hoping to surprise Wales

Scotland's Huw Jones hopes the element of surprise can help him shock Wales at Murrayfield on Saturday.

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Fantasy Rugby: Who to pick for Week 3

A trio of Irishmen dominated the second round of the 2017 Fantasy Six Nations, leaving some important questions to be answered regarding who you should pick for Week 3.

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North on track to play vs. Scotland

Wales defence coach Shaun Edwards says George North is 'raring to go' after the wing was sidelined with a leg injury for the 21-16 loss to England in the Six Nations.

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Faletau faces uphill task to make Wales XV

It says everything about Wales' current back-row riches that Taulupe Faletau could be on the bench for next Saturday's RBS 6 Nations clash against Scotland.

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British & Irish Lions team of the week

With the Six Nations taking a week off, it was back to Aviva Premiership and PRO12 action this weekend. But who impressed?

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Lions to face Blues, Crusaders All Blacks

New Zealand head coach Steve Hansen has stated no Crusaders or Blues All Blacks will be prevented from lining up for their Super Rugby teams against Warren Gatland's British & Irish Lions.

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Munster snatch late win at Ospreys

Munster snatched a Guinness PRO12 victory from the jaws of defeat as Dave Kilcoyne's late try saw them secure a 25-23 success over the Ospreys at the Liberty Stadium.

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Tonga vs. Wales relocated by World Rugby

A delay to ground works at Tonga's national stadium has seen World Rugby move their scheduled match against Wales in June.

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Hartley's prospects of captaining Lions receding

Dylan Hartley's chances of leading the British and Irish Lions this summer have "gone backwards" with Alun Wyn Jones likely to captain the tourists, according to former Lions skipper Gavin Hastin

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Cuthbert, Sam Davies released by Wales

Wales boss Rob Howley has released Alex Cuthert and Sam Davies, among 13 players sent back to their clubs for this weekend's PRO12 action.

2017 RankingsSix Nations

  • WALES3rd
    TRIES SCORED 1st Ireland : 12 Tries Scored
  • WALES2nd
    POINTS DIFFERENCE 1st Ireland : 48 Points Difference