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Jackson column: Shaun Edwards will always be one of Wales’ own

A strange timeline of events and the outcome of Wales’ World Cup won’t impact regard for Edwards

Shane Williams column: Owen Lane offers Wales variety out wide

Owen Lane simply has to be a strong consideration for the World Cup

Guscott column: No better way for England to warm up than against Wales and Ireland

‘Wales want to push home their no.2 credentials and Ireland want to wash away memories of a poor Six Nations’

Elbow surgery shouldn’t rule Josh Navidi out of Wales World Cup prep, says Mulvihill

Cardiff Blues head coach John Mulvihill gives update on Wales flanker’s condition

Peter Jackson’s greatest Wales team of all time

The Grandest of Slammers – Jackson’s XV for Wales’ 50 years of glory

Alun Wyn Jones to stay in Wales with Ospreys

The Ospreys record appearances holder to carry on in Swansea

Wales win Grand Slam and are now ranked No 2 in the world

Warren Gatland’s Wales side has taken its fourth Six Nations grand slam crown since he took over as manager back in 2007. Most of the hard work was achieved with an almost perfect first half performance which saw the Welsh side go in 16 points to nil at the close of the first half. Wales’ […]

Shane Williams column: Keep the same Wales team and let’s win a Six Nations Grand Slam

Shane Williams’ thoughts on the win at Murrayfield and Wales shot at a Grand Slam

Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend drops captain Greig Laidlaw for Wales clash

Tommy Seymour and Jonny Gray to win 50th caps for Scotland, but the team announcement isn’t without surprise

Defeat in Wales a blessing in disguise come Japan, says John Mitchell

“In many respects, Wales have done us a nice favour” – England defence coach Mitchell tells TRP

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