Six Nations Chat: What the teams need as the finale draws closer

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The Six Nations is now past the halfway stage with Wales sitting top of the lot and on course for a Grand Slam showdown with France on 20 March. With two round of matches, and France and Scotland’s rearranged clash to come, there is still room for plenty of twists and the very real possibility that when 14 of the 15 matches completed are finished, we still won’t be sure who the actual champions are. READ MORE


What Wales’ three Fly-Halves have to offer

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Wales have announced their squad ahead of the 2021 Guinness Six Nations. It contains three fly-halves with different playing styles. After a run of bad results, Wayne Pivac is under pressure to win. The fly-half Pivac picks changes the structure of the backline, in turn affecting the way Wales play. The man at ten could […] READ MORE


Gareth Anscombe injury update, Harry Randall, Sheedy’s phone call and strict bubble rules

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Following the Welsh squad announcement by Head Coach Wayne Pivac, he spoke to the media to explain his choices, Gareth Anscombe, the omissions and how he approached the autumn rugby following months of lockdown.  Robert Rees brings you the full interview from Wales HQ. Gareth Anscombe out for the season…   BREAKING: Gareth Anscombe expected […] READ MORE


Callum Sheedy leading Bristol Bears play-off charge

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Bristol’s derby day win over Bath sent the Bears third in the Premiership table, a far cry from their years stuck in the Championship. Among all the current and future star names, it is a homegrown fly half who attracting a lot of the attention. 24-year-old Callum Sheedy is rapidly becoming and integral part of Pat […] READ MORE


Rhys Webb Begins Bath Life in Derby Defeat

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The signing of Rhys Webb on a short-term deal was always going to raise eyebrows and expectations. Although the Welshman impressed in his first outing for Bath Rugby he had to watch on as his side were ground out by an excellent Bristol side. Blistering Bears Start Rhys Webb began brightly enough with some quick-thinking […] READ MORE


Bristol draw with Sale in Champions Cup qualification race

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Bristol Bears laid down their marker in game one of this season’s Gallagher Premiership, with a home derby win over Bath back in August, 2018. Now, in their final home game, Pat Lam’s ultimate target of Champions Cup rugby could be taken seriously. Although, the Friday night match at Ashton Gate saw Bristol draw with Sale 20-20, to leave […] READ MORE