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It'll be hwyl fawr and ta-ra in 2019 says Gatland

Wales coach Warren Gatland has indicated he'll leave Wales in 2019 in an interview with a New Zealand radio station.

Warren Gatland is signed to the WRU until 2019. Credit: PA

Talking to Matt Brown on Radio Sport Gatland was asked: "Are you determined to have another crack at the Lions job?" and he replied: "Yes, if I get offered the opportunity."

The presenter then asks: Do you still have ambitions to coach again in New Zealand? Gatland replied:

Absolutely.... I'm here (in Wales) until 2019 and the plan for me then is to come home for a period...

If I was involved in rugby that would be great but if I'm not I might have to go to the beach for six months or twelve months and take a bit of a break.

– Warren Gatland

Wales' longest-serving coach took the helm in 2007, and has claimed two Six Nations Grand Slams in his tenure.

The WRU declined to comment.

Wales 14 - 6 France

Wales' return to the Rugby League European Championships has ended in victory, with a 14 - 6 win over France at Cardiff Arms Park.

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John Kear's men have kept their unbeaten track record intact, following on from a win over Scotland last week.

Tonight's match marked the 80th anniversary of the first match in the tournament - also between Wales and France - back in 1935.

The Wales team in training yesterday Credit: ITV Wales News


Scarlets 25 - 15 Dragons

The Scarlets have beaten the Dragons in tonight's Pro 12 Welsh Derby by 25 points to 15.

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James Davies scored the last of his side's four tries, making him man of the match. This evening's win means the Scarlets now have six victories from six in the league.

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Half time: Treviso 8-12 Ospreys

It's half time at Stadio Comunale di Monigo and the Ospreys lead 8-12.

Jayden Hayward scored early penalty to bring the hosts up 3-0, but Ospreys' Dan Evans brought it back in the 20th minute with a try.

Poor defence let the Wales side down however with Treviso's Ambrosini scoring shortly afterwards.

Ospreys re-took the lead with a try from Ben John. Davies, kicked the conversion to bring the score up to 8 - 12 at half time.


Cardiff Blues lead Zebre 20-6 at half time

Cardiff Blues are leading visitors Zebre 20-6 at half time in their first game of the Pro12 season.

Tries from Tom James, Aled Summerhill and two from Josh Navidi gave the home side the edge after 40 minutes. Zebre were down to 14 men in the closing minutes of the first half after Dries Van Schalkwyk was given a yellow card.

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