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Finish the Job! Wales v Italy Round 5

Wales lost in agonising fashion as Michela Sillari kept up her 100% kicking record in the 80th minute. Seconds before, Wales had at last taken the lead as the pack grew stronger and stronger. Italy crumpled and Keira Bevan pounced to make the score 10-8. One more error and another game had gone awry. Italy

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Who need Backs? Wales versus France

Starters (For your main course, please scroll down the menu) This was Wales’ second chance to test themselves against one of the big beasts, and a fourth time Ioan Cunningham could refine his squad selection. He restored his captain to the No 8 slot and reintroduced Beth Lewis at open-side. Leaving Sioned Harries on the bench

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Wales up against it

Wales are right up against as they come to face France at the Arms Park on Friday evening. They haven’t won in the last five contests, the French topping 50 points over the last three. Ioan Cunningham has adjusted his starting 15 again, restoring his captain to No 8 and bringing Beth Lewis in on

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‘Hip Hip hooray, Twenty-one today’

England v Wales Six Nations – Round Three Kingsholm, Gloucester England collected their 21st victory on the spin, but Wales made them work very hard for it, whatever the scoreline may say. The Red Roses were distinctly untidy in the first quarter, muffing three line-outs, conceding two penalties and failing to complete promising moves. One

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Into the Unknown

Ireland v Wales – First Day of the 6 Nations Wales had to work desperately hard to win a vital away victory in the Dublin sun. Who could say which of the two teams had suffered worse setbacks over the past couple of years? At all events, the two new coaches, Greg McWilliams and Ioan

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A Look Ahead to Ireland v Wales

There has seldom been a more significant fixture between these two nations than this one. Ireland are fighting to find their feet again after suffering a series of grievous events. Wales at least have an invitation card to the World Cup, but their world has been equally devastated by their past treatment by the WRU.

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