Wales interim head coach Rob Howley is confident that the talent coming through in Wales is more than capable of helping his team defend their Six Nations title.
"We're Grand Slam champions. We're not going to give up that easily" he says.
"We've always believed in talent, and giving that talent the opportunity to flourish under national team. I'm absolutely certain that won't change."
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