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50th cap for Caryl Thomas against France

Caryl Thomas will win her 50th Wales cap in this Friday’s Women’s Six Nations match against table-toppers France in Colwyn Bay (18:00). The loosehead from Carmarthenshire made her international debut against Ireland in 2006, and is part of an unchanged front row to face the Grand Slam-chasing French at Stadiwm ZipWorld. Wales’ starting XV is

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Bevan and Joyce return for Wales Women against Italy

Wales Women welcome back some familiar faces for this Sunday’s double-header against Italy at Principality Stadium (11:45). Scrum-half Keira Bevan and wing Jaz Joyce are involved for the first time this year. Bevan returns from an ankle injury suffered on international duty during the autumn, whilst Joyce has been involved in sevens preparations for next

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Wales Women name team to face England

Wales have named their team for this Saturday’s visit to the Twickenham Stoop to face England in the Women’s Six Nations (12:15). Experienced duo Elinor Snowsill (fullback) and Sioned Harries (number eight), fresh from their outing in the Super 7s Rugby competition in Brisbane, come straight into the starting line-up. Harries will earn her 50th

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Six uncapped players named in Wales’ squad

Six uncapped players have been named in Wales’ squad for this Friday’s Women’s Six Nations match against Scotland in Colwyn Bay (18:00). Four of those players are in the starting line-up, with lock Natalia John (Ospreys), openside Beth Lewis (Scarlets), scrum-half Jade Knight (Scarlets) and wing Hannah Bluck (Cardiff Blues) all set to earn their

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Wales name 10 uncapped players in 6 Nations squad

Wales Women have named a 36-player squad featuring 10 uncapped players for this year’s Women’s Six Nations. There are five potential debutantes apiece in the forwards and backs: Ospreys trio Natalia John, Amy Thomas and Cara Hope, Scarlets’ Beth Lewis and Cardiff Blues’ Awen Prysor (forwards); Ospreys’ Alecs Donovan, Cardiff Blues’ Hannah Bluck, and Scarlets

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Wales Women team for opening 6 Nations match announced

Wales Women head coach Rowland Phillips has named his team for this Saturday’s opening Women’s Six Nations match against Italy in Ancona (14:00 GMT). Seven players remain in the starting line-up from last year’s team that took on Italy at the Talbot Athletic Ground, including captain and hooker Carys Phillips and openside Rachel Taylor. Since

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Wales Women announce squad for 6 Nations

Wales Women have announced their 32-player squad for the upcoming Women’s Six Nations. Head coach Rowland Phillips finalised his selection after yesterday’s victory against Ireland at Donnybrook – a result which means Wales Women have now won four from four since Phillips took charge in 2016. Phillips says that cutting down a squad of approximately

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