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Rhodri Williams signs to Bristol Rugby

Wales scrum half Rhodri Williams has agreed a two-year deal with Bristol Rugby.

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The 22 year-old – who arrives from Scarlets – has three international caps following a debut versus Tonga.

Rhodri is a talented scrum half with a burgeoning international career ahead of him,

With a wealth of experience at both domestic and European level, he will bring an added dimension to our young and exciting backline."

– Director of Rugby Andy Robinson

After 78 appearances for the Scarlets, Williams is exciting to be starting a new chapter of his career in Bristol.

I’m looking forward to what the future holds and relishing the prospect of playing in such a fantastic stadium in front of Bristol’s passionate supporters next season.”

– Rhodri Williams


Bath rugby star Rob Webber signs for Sale Sharks

England hooker Rob Webber is set to leave Bath at the end of the season after signing with Sale Sharks on a two-year contract.

The 28-year-old has 13 full England caps and was a member of the 2015 England World Cup Squad. He has played 59 time for Bath since arriving in 2012, scoring seven tries.

Rob Webber during an England training session Credit: Andrew Matthews/PA

I have enjoyed my time at Bath and would like to thank the coaches, players and supporters who have all been great with me since I joined from Wasps."

– Rob Webber

Bowden to make debut for Bath

Bowden will start at inside centre for Bath Credit: Mike Egerton/PA Archive/PA Images

Dan Bowden will make his debut for Bath Rugby tomorrow in the Aviva Premiership against Saracens.

Bowden starts at inside centre for the meeting with the current English champions.Matt Banahan moves from wing to thirteen.

The 29 year old New Zealander played with George Ford at Leicester and was awarded try of the season in 2013. Watch the try below:

Prince Harry joins injured servicemen at Invictus Games try outs

The Prince meets wheelchair tennis players Credit: ITV West Country

Prince Harry joined injured servicemen, women and veterans as they competed for places on the UK's Invictus Games team.

The athletes have been training hard for the three-day trials which could earn them selection for the Games - now just 100 days away.

Credit: ITV West Country

Harry has been the driving force behind the Games, first staged in the UK in 2014. They aim to challenge wounded, sick or injured service personnel, and those who have left the Armed Forces, to strive for sporting excellence.

Prince Harry visits athletes on the track Credit: ITV West Country

The trials at the University of Bath Sports Training Village will select the UK's team for the upcoming game, held in Orlando in May.

They're are being run by Help for Heroes with support from the Ministry of Defence and The Royal British Legion. Hopeful participants will compete across 10 sports for one of the 100 places available on the UK team.

Prince Harry visits athletes on the track Credit: ITV West Country
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