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#UKSportsNews – Sports Star Chats on the Mike Armstrong Podcast Show – #WelshSportsNews

Listen to the most recent episode of my podcast: #SportsTalks – #MikeArmstrong podcast compilation featuring his entrepreneur chats with Sport Stars🌟 https://anchor.fm/mike-armstrong9/episodes/SportsTalks—MikeArmstrong-podcast-compilation-featuring-his-entrepreneur-chats-with-Sport-Stars-eg4nlf
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Nigel Owens’ column: It may be time for summer rugby but it won’t work for the amateur game – #WelshSportsNews

World Rugby’s attempts to bring about a globally-aligned season goes to a crucial vote on June 30. One proposal would see the northern hemisphere move on to a calendar-year campaign, beginning in January and continuing through to November, with the July international window moving to October. What everybody needs to do now over the next few days is take a step back, put their vested and personal interests aside to make sure we move forward with the right decision for the global game. Everybody involved in the game must make the decision not just for their country, their union, competition
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Ex All Black names the best Wales rugby players in the current team and the one he wishes he’d played with -#WelshSportsNews

Cardiff Blues legend Xavier Rush has revealed the current Welsh player he’d have loved to play alongside most, as well as the best player he played with during his time in Wales. The former All Black No. 8 was speaking on WalesOnline’s Welsh Rugby Podcast when he was asked about the current Wales stars that have caught his eye. “There’s a few,” explained Rush. “If I look at some of the players there currently, Gareth Davies has had a wonderful 24 months. “If any team had Alun Wyn Jones in their tight five, it’s a big plus for them. “It
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Welsh rugby star Owen Williams walks away from Wales career as he announces move to Japan -#WelshSportsNews

Owen Williams has signed for Japanese club NTT Docomo Red Hurricanes, making him ineligible to play for Wales. The three-times capped utility back is heading for the Osaka-based outfit after a three-year stay with Gloucester. He will be linking up once more with South African coach Johan Ackermann, who left the Cherry & Whites to take charge of the Red Hurricanes last month. Both the Ospreys and the Dragons had been keen on bringing the 28-year-old former Scarlets playmaker back to Wales. — Read on www.walesonline.co.uk/sport/rugby/rugby-news/welsh-rugby-star-owen-williams-18491850.amp
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Wales’ new first-choice centre partnership is obvious and it could be one of the best yet – #WelshSportsNews

If Cory Hill joining the Cardiff Blues was the worst-kept secret in Welsh rugby, then Nick Tompkins heading on loan to the Dragons was probably the second. It was widely known that the breakthrough star of the Six Nations would be swapping life in London for a year at Rodney Parade while Saracens spend their weekends facing the likes of Jersey in the Championship. Now, how much time Tompkins spends in a Dragons jersey during his time in Gwent remains to be seen. When rugby returns, there’s likely to be a fair bit of Test rugby to be played. While
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How the Welsh Regions are shaping up for next seasons Pro14 season…

The hugely exciting and star-studded teams Wales’ regions could soon be fielding after flurry of signings Some quality signings and the return to fitness of big names could produce scintillating rugby for Cardiff Blues, Ospreys, Scarlets and Dragons supporters next season in Europe and the Guinness PRO14 BY ANDY HOWELL 17:59, 5 APR 2020UPDATED11:24, 6 APR 2020 Nick Tompkins could soon be bringing his excellent Wales form to Cardiff Blues(Image: Ben Evans/Huw Evans Agency) Welsh rugby fans don’t know when their favourite sport will return but there’s plenty to excite them about next season. Some super signings have been made by
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The Welsh Rugby Teams base is being transformed into a Field Hospital to help deal with Coronavirus #PositiveCoronavirusNews

Pictures show dramatic transformation of Welsh rugby team’s base into field hospital Work on the WRU’s National Centre of Excellence started just a few days ago BY BEN JAMES (Image: Princess of Wales Hospital) These are the pictures that show how the Welsh rugby team’s base is rapidly being transformed into a field hospital to deal with the coronavirus outbreak. Work started on turning the Welsh rugby team’s inside training pitches a few days ago. The makeshift hospital at the Vale Resort will provide 290 additional beds as the numbers of people with COVID19 increases. Speaking about the makeshift field
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