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Welsh Premiership stars in doubt

The Test future of a number of Wales international playing in the Premiership appears to be in doubt.

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Faletau not breaking 'Gatland's law'

NEWS: A potential move Newport-Gwent Dragons No 8 Taulupe Faletau to English Premiership team Bath would not hinder his international chances.

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Williams in World Cup fitness race

NEWS: Livewire Wales back Liam Williams has undergone foot surgery, leaving him with a potential battle to regain fitness for the World Cup.

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Wales adds to backroom staff

The Welsh Rugby Union have acquired the services of highly respected and experienced fitness expert Paul Stridgeon as consultant Head of Physical Performance.

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North 'fit and well' for World Cup

INTERVIEW: Wales wing George North said Monday he was "fit and well" ahead of the World Cup despite a lengthy injury absence due to concussion.

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Nine newbies in Wales squad

NEWS: Wales have added nine uncapped players to their 47-man training squad as they begin preparations for the 2015 World Cup which includes 25 forwards and 22 backs.

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Davies ruled out of World Cup

NEWS: Wales' centre Jonathan Davies has been ruled out of the World Cup after rupturing his anterior cruciate ligament

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Young Welsh confident for JWC

Wales U20 captain Rory Thornton believes the experience of being part of the Ospreys’ league run-in will serve him well at the Junior World Cup next month.

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Gatland wants North in cotton wool

Wales coach Warren Gatland has admitted that he is worried another concussion could end George North's World Cup prospects.

Residency rule under scrutiny

Brett Gosper has said the three-year residency rule, which allows  foreign-born players to be selected for national teams, could be reviewed.

Injury forces Welsh back to retire

Newport Gwent Dragons' former Wales fullback Lee Byrne has been forced to retire due to a shoulder injury.

Gatland's eyes on Judgement Day

Warren Gatland has confirmed he will be joining the crowd at Judgement Day  to run the rule over potential Wales World Cup squad members.

Evans signs for Scarlets

Scarlets Coach Wayne Pivac said he is pleased with the signing of Australian-born loosehead prop Dylan Evans.

Roberts puts club future out of mind

Welsh centre Jamie Roberts admits he is trying to put the uncertainty over his club future to the back of his mind.

Six Nations: Five key plays

The climax to the final day of the Six Nations was labelled 'Super Saturday' and for once it lived up to the hype - as 221 points were scored.

Northern Hemisphere fire WC shots

The frenzied finale to the Six Nations comes as a timely reminder to the Southern Hemisphere giants ahead of this year's World Cup.

Gatland eyes World Cup glory

REACTION: Wales coach Warren Gatland said his team will look ahead with confidence to this year's World Cup.

Ireland stand tallest in epic finish

Ireland coach Joe Schmidt admitted to being 'exhausted' after his team retained their Six Nations crown in dramatic style.