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Bar humbug . . . Time To Call Time On The Boozing, Or Is The Fourth International So Bad It Can Only Be Watched Drunk?

The fourth game of a series of Test matches should feel climactic, but it’s one step – and certainly one sup – too far for Robin Davey. The bloke carrying six pints who walks past just as Steff Evans goes on a run. You know who you are. Do one. Wales against South Africa has never been a game worthy of downgrading, but this weekend’s clash at the Principality Stadium has been seriously overshadowed by other events. The fixture itself - until recently one of the major northern-southern hemisphere clashes - has been bypassed by massive criticism of crowd behaviour inside the stadium and by whether there should be of a fourth autumn international at all.

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Tom Shanklin Tells Warren Gatland To Hire A New Backs Coach

Tom Shanklin has urged Warren Gatland to re-fresh his Wales back-up team by bringing in a new attack coach. As Wales prepare to take on South Africa in their final Test of the autumn series, former Wales centre Shanklin believes Wales must add a new voice to the mix as they look ahead to the World Cup in two years’ time. In an interview with South African website, Sport24, Shanklin says Gatland should stay in charge, but bring in new blood to enhance Wales’ attacking game.

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Beast Not In Best Health And Will Miss Boks' Hunting Trip

The Beast is lame and will not be hunting heads for trophies when South Africa pitch up to play Wales in Cardiff on Saturday. Powerful prop Tendai Mtawarira – who has the beastly nickname - has been ruled out of the Springboks’ clash at the Principality Stadium. Mtawarira is sidelined due to a groin injury and will be replaced in the front row by Steven Kitshoff.

Hadleigh Parkes Told To Get A Move On As He Prepares For Wales Debut

Hadleigh Parkes has been told to hit the ground running when he make his debut for Wales – or risk being overtaken by Owen Watkin. New Zealand-born Parkes  - from Hunterville, Manawatu in the country's North Island - will make his first Test appearance in Saturday’s Principality Stadium clash against South Africa on the day the 30-year-old qualifies for his adopted country on residency. But if the Scarlets centre already knew the clock was ticking on his international career with a late start, then Wales coach Warren Gatland has told him he is under pressure from Watkin, who is nine years younger at 21.

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George North To Hold Interviews With All Four Welsh Regions

George North will conduct “interviews” with all four of the Welsh regions before deciding which one to play for next... Read More

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George North will leave Northampton at the end of this season and return to Wales on a national dual contract,... Read More

Why Gareth Davies's WRU Reforms Must Mean One Thing Leads To Another

Welsh Rugby Union chairman Gareth Davies is grappling with reform of the game and has already declared an intention to... Read More

Where Have All The Fans Gone?

Last weekend’s Welsh derbies in the Guinness Pro14 attracted attendances that could best be described as modest. Geraint Powell traces... Read More

Steve Tandy Admits Sam Cross Wales Surprise - But Backs Him For Autumn Stormer

Steve Tandy admits he was surprised at Sam Cross’ call-up by Wales, but still believes the 15-a-side novice can help... 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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