British and Irish Lions captain Sam Warburton says he is fully fit and ready to "crack on" for the New Zealand tour.Read the full story ›
The Blues' hopes of playing Champions Cup rugby next season came to an end in on Friday.Read the full story ›
Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones will make his comeback from injury when the Ospreys face Guinness PRO12 play-off opponents Munster on Saturday.
The Ospreys skipper has not played since suffering a shoulder injury while on Wales duty against RBS 6 Nations opponents France nine weeks ago.
And his return is a boost for the British and Irish Lions ahead of this summer's New Zealand tour.
Lock Jones, who has won 110 Wales caps and played in six Lions Tests on the 2009 and 2013 tours, will be a key member of head coach Warren Gatland's Lions squad.
Jones will lead the Ospreys in Limerick, with Munster's Ireland and Lions scrum-half Conor Murray also starting as he continues his return from injury.
The Lions leave for New Zealand in 10 days' time, with their opening game being against a Provincial Barbarians XV in Whangarei on June 3.
Ross Moriarty says that "nobody will be holding anything back" as the British and Irish Lions' New Zealand tour countdown continues.Read the full story ›
It could even include a head-to-head contest with his cousin, England star Billy Vunipola, for the Lions' Test number eight shirt.Read the full story ›
Wales head coach Warren Gatland says he's "happy" with the draw for the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
Wales have been drawn into pool D, where they will face Australia for the second tournament in succession, Georgia and a team from Oceania and the Americas.
The current record shows that Wales have suffered 12 successive defeats against Australia, having not defeated them since 2008.
Two years ago, Wales were drawn alongside England, Australia, Fiji and Uruguay.
We're reasonably happy to be in Pool D.
It's better than 2015 anyway.
Obviously, we get Australia again, and it looks like we could also get Fiji, so there are a couple of teams from 2015.We are pretty happy with the draw.
Every group is going to have some tough teams in it, but from a Welsh perspective, I'm happy how it has turned out.
Wales have been drawn into pool D with Australia and Georgia.Read the full story ›
Watch the draw for the 2019 Rugby World Cup taking place from Kyoto, JapanRead the full story ›
Wales captain Jamie Roberts has admitted he was "as disappointed as any player" to miss out on selection for the Lions squad.Read the full story ›
Wales hope to avoid another pool of death when the World Cup draw for Japan 2019 is made today in Kyoto.Read the full story ›