The Welsh Rugby Union have revealed that North will play for the Swansea-based Ospreys next season.Read the full story ›
The Ospreys and Wales flanker is set to miss the Six Nations after a bicep injuryRead the full story ›
New procedures have been brought in for the November tests to improve safety and security at the 74,500 capcity national stadium.Read the full story ›
Gareth Davies feels Wales will need to find top gear for the Six Nations against in-form England and Ireland.Read the full story ›
Wales defence coach Shaun Edwards has rubbished suggestions that the current coaching team no longer have the backing of fans following their 33-30 win against Japan on Saturday.
Interim Head Coach Rob Howely admitted after the game that the second tier nation were 'the better team' and 'deserved to win' at the Principality Stadium despite Sam Davies' late drop goal leaving Wales with the chance to end their autumn series with three wins from four.
Newport Gwent Dragons' Cory Hill has been called into the Wales squad for the upcoming Autumn internationals.Read the full story ›
Acting Head Coach Rob Howley is confident he'll have some of his English-based stars available for November's Australia clash.Read the full story ›
Wales women sealed a famous win over their England counterparts at St Helen's, winning a thrilling encounter 13-0.
Prop Catrin Edwards and winger Lauren Harries scored second half tries as Wales inflicted only their second ever defeat on the World Champions.
Harries also kicked a penalty as Wales got their Six Nations campaign off to the best possible start in Swansea.
Wales Deaf Rugby has beaten England 18 - 5 at the Cardiff Arms Park, securing a hat-trick of victories.
It's a return to European competition for the Welsh regions today, with all four sides facing crucial matches. A home win is essential for the Ospreys, who host table-topping Racing Metro in Pool 5.
The Scarlets, second in Pool 3 after 2 games, will hope to get something from their trip to Ulster later this evening.
In the Challenge Cup, it's a clash of two unbeaten teams in Pool 1, where the Blues entertain London Irish at the Arms Park.
Champions Cup: Ospreys v Racing Metro (1500) Ulster v Scarlets (1930)
Challenge Cup: Blues v London Irish (1515)