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3hReuters

Ex-Lions, Wales legend John Dawes dies at 80

Former Wales and British & Irish Lions legend John Dawes has died at the age of 80 after a period of ill health, it was announced on Friday.

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18dESPN

Fans poll: Jones to captain Lions, Farrell on bench

A Vodafone survey has shown that supporters would like to see Alun Wyn Jones captain the British and Irish Lions in this summer's tour of South Africa while Owen Farrell has been dropped to the bench.

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20dReuters

Pivac relishes 6N win after 'emotional' week

Wales head coach Wayne Pivac said on Saturday that he felt an overwhelming sense of relief at his side being crowned Six Nations champions nearly a week after their final game in which they lost to France on the final play.

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27dReuters

6N: France leave it late to stop Wales Grand Slam

France denied Wales a second Six Nations Grand Slam in three years when Brice Dulin scored a stoppage-time try to give them a 32-30 home victory on Saturday.

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29dTom Hamilton, Reuters

Six Nations: Beard returns for Wales; Scotland overhaul squad

The Six Nations weekend ahead, Wales recall Adam Beard as they seek the grand slam, Ireland face title holders England, and Scotland overhaul the squad against Italy.

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38dReuters

6N: Wales make two changes in team to face Italy

Lock Cory Hill and scrum-half Gareth Davies have been included for unbeaten Wales as they face struggling Italy in a Six Nations clash in Rome on Saturday.

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43dReuters

6N: Wales' Hardy to miss clash against Italy

Wales scrum-half Kieran Hardy has been ruled out of their Six Nations clash with Italy on March 13 as he recovers from a hamstring injury sustained in Saturday's 40-24 win over England.

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46dESPN

Referee admits mistakes after England loss

French referee Pascal Gauzere has conceded he made mistakes in his handling of England's 40-24 defeat to Wales, according to World Rugby's head of match officials Joel Jutge.

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46dReuters

England condemn online abuse after Wales loss

England Rugby condemned the online abuse directed at its players after prop Ellis Genge said he received death threats following Saturday's Six Nations defeat by Wales.

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48dReuters

6N: Wales claim Triple Crown with England win

Wales remained on course for the most unlikely of Six Nations Grand Slams after they beat an indisciplined England 40-24 in a controversial match in Cardiff on Saturday.

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49dTom Hamilton

ESPN Rugby Pick'em: England to stop Wales' winning run

There are just two Six Nations games this weekend due to COVID-19 but ESPN's Pick 'em goes ahead regardless and Tom Hamilton has your top picks for Round 3.

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50dReuters

6N: North set to make 100th cap vs. England

Wales coach Wayne Pivac has opted for midfield muscle and selected Jonathan Davies to play at inside centre alongside George North.

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56dReuters

Wales call up John to replace injured Lewis

Wales have called up prop WillGriff John after Dillon Lewis was ruled out for the remainder of the Six Nations campaign.

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64dTom Hamilton

Scotland make three changes for Wales game

Cameron Redpath, Jamie Ritchie and Sean Maitland are all absent through injury so Blade Thomson, James Lang and Darcy Graham all start for Scotland at Murrayfield on Saturday.

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63dESPN

Five changes for Wales' 6N squad amid injuries

Wales battle a growing injury list and call up Aaron Wainright, Gareth Davies, Liam Williams, Nick Tompkins and Owen Watkin to start in their upcoming Six Nations game against Scotland.

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65dReuters

Three replacements called up to Wales squad

Wales have called up James Botham, Lloyd Williams and the uncapped Willis Halaholo to their injury-hit squad ahead of Saturday's Six Nations clash with Scotland at Murrayfield, the Wales Rugby Union said on Wednesday.

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68dReuters

Wales earn comeback win over 14-man Ireland

George North and Louis Rees-Zammit scored second half tries as Wales overcame a poor start to defeat 14-man Ireland 21-16 in their opening Six Nations clash at the Principality Stadium on Sunday

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70dTom Hamilton

ESPN Rugby Pick'em: Six Nations Week 1 Predictions

With the first weekend of the 2021 Six Nations fast approaching, Tom Hamilton breaks down each of the opening ties and advises you on who you should support in ESPN'S Rugby Pick'em.

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70dESPN

Lydiate returns to Wales after two-year absence

Ospreys' Dan Lydiate has been named by Wayne Pivac in his side to face Ireland on Sunday in the flanker's first appearance for the national side since November 2018.

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72dReuters

Ireland's Doris, Roux out of 6N opener at Wales

Ireland back row Caelan Doris and lock Quinn Roux will not play a part in Sunday's Six Nations opener against Wales due to injuries.

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