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Wales Captain Sam Warburton says his team are raring to go as they kick off their Six Nations campaign in Dublin tomorrow.Read the full story ›
Wrexham have drawn 2-2 against National League Leaders Forest Green Rovers at the Racecourse.
FULL TIME: Wrexham 2-2 Forest Green Rovers
Cardiff City have drawn 0-0 against MK Dons at the Cardiff City Stadium.
It was a difficult game for both teams with the weather not easing up.
It was also an uneventful first half with neither team managing to put a point on the board.
The second half was much of the same.
Despite Cardiff putting the pressure on and extra time added the game ended pointless.
Full time at Donnybrook and Wales Under-20s have got their Six Nations campaign off to a good start with a 24-35 victory over Ireland Under-20s.
Tries came from Dafydd Hughes, Adam Beard, Harri Millard and Daniel Jones.
Next up for Wales will be Scotland at Parc Eirias next weekend.
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Wales aim to erase memories of dreadful Dublin away-day when they launch their Six Nations campaign against defending champions Ireland.Read the full story ›
Ireland team to face Wales in Dublin on Sunday:
S Zebo (Munster), A Trimble (Ulster), J Payne (Ulster), R Henshaw (Connacht), K Earls (Munster), J Sexton (Leinster), C Murray (Munster), J McGrath (Leinster), R Best (Ulster, capt), N White (Connacht), D Toner, M McCarthy (both Leinster), CJ Stander, T O'Donnell (both Munster), J Heaslip (Leinster).
Replacements: S Cronin (Leinster), J Cronin (Munster), T Furlong (Leinster), D Ryan (Munster), R Ruddock (Leinster), K Marmion (Connacht), I Madigan, D Kearney (both Leinster).
Glamorgan County Cricket Club have concluded their search for a new Head Coach with the appointment of Robert Croft.
Croft, 45, has signed a rolling contract at The SSE SWALEC after emerging as the preferred candidate following a recruitment process led by Chief Executive Hugh Morris.
Robert was the outstanding candidate in the recruitment process and his record of achievement as a Glamorgan player and an international cricketer further enhanced the impression that he made when he laid out his coaching vision.
His long association with the Club, his knowledge of the squad and his vision for the future were the most significant elements of his interview and we are very pleased that he has accepted this opportunity.