Warren Gatland's men are staying at a hotel in Surrey which is said to be haunted. Flanker Dan Lydiate claims to have seen one.Read the full story ›
Cardiff's rugby world cup fanzone is expected to greet 100,000 fans this week.
Official figures from tournament organisers show that across the UK, 568,000 fans have made the most of the fanzones.
Not only have we seen fantastic attendance at matches during Rugby World Cup 2015 with over 1 million fans already enjoying great rugby in our match venues, but the official fanzones are proving extremely popular with over half a million fans enjoying the celebration of rugby up and down the country.
Australia flanker Michael Hooper will not play against Wales.
He has been given a one-week ban after admitting an act of foul play during last Saturday's 33-13 victory over England.
Striker Gareth Bale has been crowned 'Welsh Player of the Year' for a record fifth time at the Football Association of Wales awards.Read the full story ›
Samson Lee has revealed talk of ghostly goings-on at Wales' World Cup hotel in Surrey.
The 19th Century Oatlands Park Hotel in Weybridge is known for tales regarding sightings of the so-called "grey lady" in a crinoline dress, while room 1313 on the hotel's third floor has a history of guests reporting extreme temperature changes and the feeling of a "presence".
The hotel, which dates back to 1856, stands on the site of the Tudor royal palaces of Henry VIII and Elizabeth I.
A few boys think they've seen a ghost, but I'm not sure they actually have. I think it's best to stay away from room 1313. It has been discussed over food and stuff like that, and Dan Lydiate isn't happy about it. He actually thinks he's seen a ghost, but I think he's dreaming
Dan Lydiate and Taulupe Faletau have said they've seen a couple of ghosts, but I haven't seen any. I am sure a few of the boys are playing a few pranks, like hiding in the cupboards. But fingers-crossed, I haven't seen any ghosts yet.
Any cheerful paranoia about the paranormal, though, will certainly not hinder preparations for next Saturday's World Cup Pool A decider against Australia at Twickenham, with Welsh spirits high after booking a last-eight place.
Unbeaten Wales know that victory over the Wallabies - a feat they have not accomplished since 2008 - would see them progress as top seeds and into a probable quarter-final appointment with Scotland or Japan.
Gareth Bale has been crowned Welsh player of the year for a record fifth time.Read the full story ›
Wales assistant coach Robin McBryde says it's all about momentum ahead of this weekend's Pool A decider against Australia.Read the full story ›
Wales still have it all to play for against Australia at Twickenham this weekend. The prize - an easier route to the World Cup finals.Read the full story ›
People supporting Ched Evans have released a statement following the news that his conviction is being referred for appeal.
They say they welcome the decision for the conviction to go to appeal adding: "Ched and those who closely support him, have always maintained that he was wrongly convicted and using new information that was not presented at his trial, we expect that in time his conviction will be quashed."
Ched Evans's conviction for rape has been referred to the Court of Appeal.
He previously denied the charge but was sentenced to five years' in prison.
The decision of the Commission is not a judgment on guilt of innocence in relation to Ched Evans, nor is it a judgment about the honesty or integrity of the victim or any other person involved in the case.
Our role is to consider applications to see if, in our judgment, there is any basis on which to ask the court to hear a fresh appeal – that is our statutory responsibility.
In this case we have identified new material which was not considered by the jury at trial and which in our view might have assisted the defence. In those circumstances, it is right and proper for the matter to be before the Court so that they can decide whether or not the new information should affect the verdict in this case.