Peter Jackson’s column: Accept it, Gatland’s Law is now a nonsense

Like Mo Farah’s front doorbell when the drug testers came calling, Warren Gatland’s eponymous law has much to answer for. As another..

July 2, 2015 with 0 Comments

Shane Williams’ column: Liam Williams’ loss gives the likely lads a chance

There’s no hiding from the fact that losing Liam Williams would be a major blow to Wales.  It would have been hard to imagine saying..

July 2, 2015 with 0 Comments

Peter Jackson: When Bill Samuel kept Gareth Edwards from lure of football

The making of Gareth Edwards as a rugby superstar, humble human being and now knight of the realm, would probably never have happened had..

June 26, 2015 with 0 Comments

Liam Williams blow for Wales?

Liam Williams faces a race against time to be fit for the World Cup after undergoing foot surgery. The Scarlets flyer will remain in camp..

June 24, 2015 with 0 Comments

Wales MUST hold onto Alun Wyn Jones warn Ospreys

Wales urged to secure the longer-term future of their ‘most valuable asset’

June 23, 2015 with 0 Comments

Room 101: Jason Forster – former Wales flanker

1. The Severn Bridge Toll I live in Newport but work for South Gloucestershire Council and it pains me to have to pay £6.50 just for the..

June 18, 2015

Shane Williams’ column: Jonathan Davies’ loss more disruptive than Manu Tuilagi’s

With fewer than 100 days until the World Cup, Stuart Lancaster will be far happier than Warren Gatland is right now about his options. Both..

June 18, 2015

Peter Jackson: Bull-dozing Ross Moriarty may be Wales’ missing link

When Wales beat Australia in the World Cup for the first and only time, amid the geothermal geysers of Rotorua, their pack included two..

June 12, 2015

Quiting never crossed my mind insists George North

George North has read some nasty stories about the effects of concussion over the past nine weeks – but not once has he thought about ..

June 12, 2015

Shane Williams’ column: Gentle giant Jerry Collins made Ospreys into true Galacticos

Jerry Collins was a typical south-sea islander – a monster on the pitch but a gentle giant off it. I remember clearly the day we were..

June 10, 2015
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