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Berkshire-born Jake Ball will continue living the dream at Twickenham on Sunday when he attempts to plot England's RBS Six Nations downfall. The former Western Australia Under-19s cricketer, whose Welsh-speaking father from Pwllheli played rugby for
Plaid Cymru's Jill Evans urges 'keep focus on climate crisis' MEP Jill Evans said Wales needs investment in green jobs to build a sustainable economy The EU must not "lose sight of the climate crisis", Plaid Cymru's MEP has told her party conference.
However in areas around Tyne and Wear this weekend there could still be spots of frost this evening. Fruits of spring: Aida Armasoiu takes a bite of one of the year's first English strawberries, grown at Donaldsons Nursary in Chichester, West Sussex '
As the fireworks petered out and Wales moved its victory party from Millennium Stadium outside into the Cardiff streets, Chris Robshaw made his hurting England teammates stay on the field and urged them not to forget. Not to forget the scoreline, 30-
Ben Morgan for the injured Billy Vunipola was the only change in the England run-on side for the Six Nations showdown with Wales at Twickenham on Sunday. Vunipola came off with a sprained ankle in the first half of the 13-10 win over Ireland two
Ms Wood will tell Plaid's spring conference in Cardiff that only her party can "further the Welsh national interest at the heart of Europe". She will appeal to ex-Liberal Democrat and Green voters not to stay at home, warning key issues could be
South Africa will tackle reigning Six Nations champions Wales three times this year during a 13-Test schedule starting in June. The Springboks are to face the Welsh twice at home in June before heading to Cardiff on their November tour of the
The hatred may have waned but Jonathan Davies knows the rivalry runs just as deep between England and Wales. During 104 years of cross-border duels, this fixture has come with its own safety warning. Never was that more the case than for the infamous
England still gnash their teeth at the memory of Sam Warburton, the Wales flanker, engaging the referee Steve Walsh in conversation during an injury break in last year's Six Nations title match at the Millennium Stadium a long discussion that
France coach Philippe Saint-Andre is looking for fewer "cry-babies" and more discipline from his side when they try to get their Six Nations campaign back on track away to Scotland on Saturday. French hopes of a Grand Slam were dashed by a 27-6