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The Autumn Series Is Over And Warren Gatland Has His Say

The Warren Gatland verdict   What’s the overwhelming emotion at the end of that one? “I suppose a bit of relief I think. We started so well and looked comfortable and then five minutes before half time and five minutes after half time weren’t the best periods of the game for us. “I think we deserved the win and we are pleased with lots of things especially given the injuries that we had and young players that we blooded and the way we are trying to be positive.

Penydarren BGC Power To Shock JD Welsh Cup Win

Wales Again Save The Best For Last . . . But There Has To Be More

Let’s face it, if you can beat the Springboks with a makeshift front and back row, new centre pairing and a side that is missing six British & Irish Lions, things can’t be too bad! For some of us who waited more than half our lives for a single win over South Africa, we are now basking in a golden era of three on the bounce at home. So let’s not be mealy-mouthed about it, however tense it was at the end, and take the win and move on. Winning was important given that every other home nation had taken a southern hemisphere scalp last month and it looks as though the 2018 Six Nations is going to be one of the most competitive of all-time. So what did we learn over the four games this autumn?

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Joey Haddad Fit And Ready For Devils Return

Danny Wilson Insists Filise Sending Off Was Harsh . . . But Fair

Danny Wilson has admitted he could understand Nigel Owens’ decision to red card Taufa’ao Filise – but still felt the decision was harsh. The Cardiff Blues coach has paid tribute to his team’s tenacity after they lost 40-16 at Glasgow on Friday night, where they played all but the opening half hour with 14 men. They were reduced to 13 when flanker Olly Robinson was sent to the sin bin, but it was the dismissal of Filise for a high tackle that proved the real turning point.

Goals Ace Eifion Williams Links Caernarfon And Barry

Hadleigh Parkes Admits New Zealand Greats Blocked Any Path To Become An All Black

Hadleigh Parkes will make his Wales debut against South Africa five years after he says he finally realised he would never be an All Black. The New Zealander will win his first cap for his adopted country on Saturday, having served out – just – his three-year residency period. Parkes, 30, was tending sheep on the family farm as recently as 2014, before he arrived at the Scarlets, where he has thrived as a hard-running centre.

Neil Warnock Loves 'Fantastic' Bluebirds Supporters

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Dragons Clinch Ross Moriarty Signing On Two-Year Deal

Ross Moriarty’s move to the Dragons from Gloucester has been confirmed by the Welsh region. The Wales back row forward... Read More

Ross Moriarty Gets The Party Started For Welsh Rugby's New Noisy Neighbours

It used to be quiet at sleepy Rodney Parade. The only sounds often heard would be groaning fans or the... Read More

Bernard Jackman Wants Ross Moriarty As The Big Fish In A Restocked Dragons Pool

The Dragons have announced the signing of Rhodri Williams from Bristol, with the promise of more new players to follow.... Read More

Bernard Jackman Rests Gavin Henson . . . And Nine Others

Dragons head coach Bernard Jackman has made 10 changes to his side as they travel to face Munster in Cork... Read More

New Dragons Signings Suggest Rodney Parade Is No Longer A Departure Lounge

The new era at the Dragons is certainly having a positive effect, given the recent contract renewals signed by Wales... Read More

Alun Wyn Is Still The Daddy, Says Ospreys Coach Steve Tandy

Alun Wyn Jones has been hailed as a father figure at the Ospreys after guiding the region towards ending their... Read More
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