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Shaun Edwards has delivered a detailed analysis of the Wales "mistake" that potentially cost them victory over reigning RBS 6 Nations champions England.
Wales were undone in Cardiff 11 days ago by wing Elliot Daly's 75th-minute try as England extended their winning run under head coach Eddie Jones to 16 Tests.
Daly's counter-attack score meant that England overcame a two-point deficit entering the closing stages of a pulsating Principality Stadium clash.
But it could have been a different story had Wales not got the so-called exit strategy wrong close to their own line.
What happened was that we broke off structure.From any unstructured turnover, where the backs turn the ball over, we are supposed to go two rucks (in order) to get our backs back up on their feet to fill the pitch.
We didn't do that. We passed it back to the kicker after one ruck, which was a mistake. It should have been two rucks.
I don't think (centre) Jonathan (Davies) expected the ball because he expected a two-ruck exit play. That is probably one of the reasons why his kick wasn't as accurate as normal.
But everyone makes mistakes. If one of us makes a mistake, we all make a mistake together.
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Plans for a scheme aimed at boosting Swansea and the surrounding areas will come under scrutiny by the Welsh Secretary and a former leading cabinet minister.
Alun Cairns and Lord Heseltine along with business and local authority leaders will go over the business case for what's known as the Swansea Bay City Region Deal.
Michael Heseltine, who was a cabinet minster in the governments of Margaret Thatcher and John Major, was born in Swansea.
With discussions at an advanced stage, today’s challenge session is about putting the business case for the City Deal under the microscope so we are absolutely clear about expectations.
It is hugely helpful to have an expert in regeneration projects like Lord Heseltine to help with the task. He has years of experience in overseeing projects that really breathe new life into communities, and he is well practiced in seeing the vision turn into reality on the ground.
It says everything about Wales' current back-row riches that Taulupe Faletau could be on the bench for next Saturday's RBS 6 Nations clash against Scotland.
Number eight Faletau has provided a world-class presence for Wales since being handed his Test debut in 2011, making 60 starts during a 63-cap international career.
But the Bath forward's injury-hit season opened a door for Gloucester prospect Ross Moriarty, who underlined his quality with a memorable performance in Wales' 21-16 loss to England nine days ago.
With flankers Sam Warburton and Justin Tipuric also in prime form - and Faletau now fully fit and playing - Wales boss Rob Howley faces an intriguing four-into-three selection challenge later this week.
Ross is playing really well at the moment, and so are the other two.
We work for each other, and whoever plays is worthy of playing. And to be honest, those three right now are playing really well.
The boys are playing well at the moment, and it is down to the coaches to pick what team they pick.