Wales and Scarlets winger Harry Robinson has been forced to retire from rugby with immediate effect following a neck injury.Read the full story ›
Sir Terry Matthews will ‘think about’ about buying the Newport Gwent Dragons Dragons following the region being put up for saleRead the full story ›
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A debt free Dragons up for sale is an ‘incredible opportunity’ according to the club’s CEO.
Stuart Davies has begun the search for a buyer after the current board decided to put the outfit on the open market in the hope that new investors can be found to take them forward.
As part of any deal Dragons Chairman Martyn Hazell has also confirmed that he’ll effectively write off money owed to him leaving them debt free.
And despite having little in the way of tangible assets like a ground or training facilities, as well as mounting financial pressures, Davies believes the package on offer is a brilliant chance for investors to get involved for one or more people.
Asked who he thinks could be interested Davies said:
“A high wealth individual obviously, if it’s going to be one person.
“It could be a collective as well who have a passion for Gwent or Welsh rugby, or sport at large who think ‘we just want to be the people who do this’ and get involved.
‘It’s a clean slate, it’s an incredible opportunity.
‘Essentially it’s the existing board saying if you’re the right people with the right plan, the right intentions for the region and the ability to deliver on it then we’ll hand it over.
The Newport Gwent Dragons have been put up for sale in the hope for fresh investment in the club.Read the full story ›
The Scarlets have boosted their hopes of being in the Guinness Pro12 play-off's after a 24-15 win to Italian side Treviso this evening.
Early tries from Steffan Evans and James Davies, as well as two conversions from Aled Thomas gave them the lead in the first half.
Before a penalty kick and conversion from Dan Jones gave them the game.
Sgor terfynol / Final score: Scarlets 24 Treviso 15
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The WRU has launched a nationwide consultation asking people to ‘Shape our Game’ and provide feedback about Wales’ national sport via an online survey.
It says the consultation will provide the foundation for the most comprehensive and far reaching review of the male adult and youth community game since the first official game of rugby was recorded in Wales 150 years ago.
If you have an interest in rugby we want your input. Regardless of your age or gender we are looking for insights and opinions from across the board. Whether you are a player – current or retired - a parent, a volunteer, a teacher, coach, a community supporter or a stay-at-home fan your opinion counts.
We want to harness the passion and opinions that we know exist throughout Wales and use these to help shape the future of our national game.
This year's RBS 6 Nations Championship will be launched today with representatives of Wales, England, France, Ireland Scotland and Italy in London for the event.
Wales kick-off their tournament with a tricky trip to Ireland on Sunday.
On Saturday France face Italy and Scotland are at home to England.
Wales have won the tournament 4 times, the same as England, but one less than France. The last time Wales secured the Championship was is 2013.
This year ITV will be showing matches live as well as the BBC.