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


Rhys Webb and Toulon to call it quits earlier than expected

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Toulon and Wales International scrum-half Rhys Webb is set to leave the club after agreeing to mutually end his contract early, according to reports in his home country. According to Wales Online, Webb has reached an agreement with the Top 14 club to end his stay with French team earlier than expected. The 31-year-old, who […] READ MORE



Wales Selection Policy Has Been Renewed

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Wales’ Head Coach Warren Gatland and WRU CEO Martyn Phillips have today announced that ‘Gatland’s Law’ has been ended and Wales will be introducing a new selection policy. The updated law states that a player can play for a club outside of Wales and still be considered for selection providing they have 60 caps to […] READ MORE


British and Irish Lions taste second defeat on 2017 Tour

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The Highlanders handed the British and Irish Lions their second defeat of the tour, with a thrilling 23-22 victory in Dunedin. A late penalty from Marty Banks gave the South Islanders a famous victory, after tries from Waisake Naholo and Liam Coltman put them into a winning position. The visitors held a slender advantage, before […] READ MORE


British and Irish Lions downed by Auckland Blues: LWOR player ratings

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The British and Irish Lions performance tonight was perhaps marginally better than the tour opener, but they succumbed to their first loss of the tour. Ihaia West’s phenomenal late try gave the Auckland Blues a thoroughly deserved 22-16 success at Eden Park. On the ground where the British and Irish Lions will play the first […] READ MORE