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Former England international Josh Lewsey was presented as Wales's new Head of Rugby this morning. Dean Thomas reports.
Josh Lewsey told ITV News said it was an "honour" to be named as Head of Rugby and he is looking forward to the new role.
Wales Head Coach, Warren Gatland, says he's looking forward to working with Josh Lewsey in his new role.
Gatland said: "I know Josh well from his playing days at Wasps and he is a determined and focuses individual who will bring immense passion, energy and rugby knowledge to the role.
"Josh will understand the strategies and procedures we have put in place at a senior national level and he will play a pivotal role in ensuring the whole of Welsh rugby operates in a joined up structure."
Lewsey will join the Executive Board of the WRU, taking operational and strategic management of the rugby in Wales outside of Warren Gatland's senior squad.
Former England International and British and Irish Lion Josh Lewsey has been named as Wales' new Head of Rugby.
The ex-full back and wing spent the majority of his 19-year career playing for London Wasps before retiring in 2009.
The 36 year old qualified to play for Wales as his mother is originally from Cwmllynfell in south Wales.