Newport Gwent Dragons have announced the signings Charlie Davies and Ed Jackson from Wasps.
The scrum half and back row players have both signed long term contracts which will see them join the region in the summer.
Davies, who is Welsh qualified, began his professional career with Nottingham before moving to Top 14 side Stade Francias. The 24-year-old moved to Wasps in the summer, making eight appearances.
Jackson meanwhile has captained the England U18s squad and U16s squad during his time in Bath rugby’s academy. The 24-year-old signed a full-time contract with Bath in 2007 and made his debut for them against Leicester Tigers in 2008.
Jackson moved onto Doncaster Knights in the English championship and joined Wasps following a brief spell with London Welsh.
“I’m delighted both have committed to us, they will be two good signings which will increase the ability of our squad in Rugby World Cup year. Kingsley (Jones) and I have worked closely with Ed Jackson and we know how good he can be. As for Charlie he has always played to a high standard for Wasps since his return from Stade Francais. His roots are in Porthcawl and will prove to be an exciting signing as he joins forces with Sarel Pretorius and Luc Jones for the number 9 shirt next season.”
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Swansea's clash against Tottenham got off to a bad start after Bafetimbi Gomis fainted just minutes into the match at White Hart Lane.
The Spurs were 1-0 up in the first half but a goal from Ki Sung-Yueng put the Swans back in the game.
Swansea found it difficult to shake off Gomis' collapse, conceding another two goals in the second half.
A late goal from Gylfi Sigurdsson saw the Swans fighting it out in the last minutes but it was too late, finishing 3-2 to Tottenham.
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Wrexham slipped closer to relegation trouble after a disappointing 3-1 defeat away to Gateshead in the Conference.
Kevin Wilkin's men couldn't recreate the form that saw them secure a spot in the FA Trophy final and were 1-0 down inside 20 minutes following Alex Rodman's opener.
Wrexham equalised through a Rob Ramshaw own goal, but Lynden Gooch scored early in the second half and Steve Tommassen netted the second own goal of the game to give the team from the north east all three points.
Newport County suffered their sixth defeat in ten games as Mansfield scored late to secure all three points at Rodney Parade.
Stags midfielder Reggie Lambe netted the only goal of the game in the 87th minute, leaving Newport still in the League 2 promotion places but just a point ahead of Plymouth and Stevenage.
The hosts dominated for much of the game but couldn't find a way through, before Lambe converted from a Callum Elder cross.
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Rotherham tried to come back in the second half but only managed a consolation goal through Danny Ward.
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Wales could play host to The 2019 Solheim Cup after expressing an interest in the ladies European golf tour.
Ten countries will submit bids to host the matches in London tomorrow.
Wales is up against Denmark, England, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Scotland, Spain, Sweden, Turkey.
The successful host will be announced towards the end of 2015.
Wales prop Paul James has been ruled out of action for the rest of the Six Nations. He fractured his thumb during the team's clash against France on Saturday.
Flanker Sam Warburton will return to training later this week after suffering a knee injury while fly-half Dan Biggar will also be back in training after injuring his hip.