Dan Biggar

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Hadleigh Parkes of Wales stretches clear of South Africa’s  Andries Coetzee to score his side’s third try. Photograph: Getty Images

Relief was quickly followed by reality for Wales. Victory against a side that could only be identified as South Africa by the colour of the jerseys co(...)

New Zealand’s wing Waisake Naholo scores a try against Wales at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff. Photograph: Getty Images

Wales 18 New Zealand 33 Wales suffered a 30th successive defeat against New Zealand as the world champion All Blacks ended their European tour in win(...)

Hallam Amos scores Wales’ try against Georgia. Photograph: David Davies/PA

Wales huffed and puffed their way to an unconvincing 13-6 victory over Six Nations wannabes Georgia after being pushed to the limit. Head coach Warre(...)

Australia’s Michael Hooper scores his side’s third  try in the match against Wales at  the Principality Stadium in Cardiff. Photograph: Paul Childs/Action Images via Reuters

Wales 21 Australia 29 Wales suffered a 13th successive defeat against Australia as the Wallabies claimed a hard-fought 29-21 victory in Cardiff. Fir(...)

Rhys Priestland: his impressive form for Bath has resulted in a  recall to the Wales squad. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Warren Gatland has changed course tactically in his squad for Wales’s four autumn internationals by including four outside-halves in his squad and omi(...)

Ospreys’ Rhys Webb is to join Toulon. Photograph: Simon King/Inpho

Rhys Webb has placed his Wales future in doubt after agreeing to join Toulon when his national dual contract expires next summer. The Welsh Rugby Uni(...)

Dan Biggar will join Northampton from the Ospreys next summer. Photograph: Billy Stickland/Inpho

Wales fly-half Dan Biggar has signed for Northampton. The 27-year-old will move to Franklin’s Gardens next season, having agreed a contract that take(...)

 CJ Velleman (Southern Kings), Tommaso Castello (Zebre), Tiernan O’Halloran (Connacht) Dan Lydiate (Ospreys), Cory Hill (Newport Gwent Dragons), Gethin Jenkins (Cardiff Blues), Ryan Wilson (Glasgow Warriors), Ken Owens (Scarlets), Dean Budd (Bennetton Treviso), Iain Henderson (Ulster), Isa Nacewa (Leinster), CJ Stander (Munster), Mark Bennett (Edinburgh) and Neill Jordan (Toyota Cheetahs). Photograph: Billy Stickland/Inpho

Conference A MUNSTER Coach: Rassie Erasmus (until January 1st) Captain: CJ Stander Overview: Uncertainty and instability are unavoidable due to the (...)

 Iain Henderson (Ulster), Dean Budd (Bennetton Treviso), Ken Owens (Scarlets), Isa Nacewa (Leinster), CJ Velleman (Southern Kings), Mark Bennett (Edinburgh) and Cory Hill (Newport Gwent Dragons) at the launch of the Guinness PRO14 season at the Aviva. Photograph: Billy Stickland/Inpho

From a Pro14 press release: “It promises to be a sensational season . . . ” Guinness and Sky Sports certainly hope so. The good folk behind Europe’s (...)

The Lions and New Zealand players pose together after the series was shared following the drawn third Test.  Photograph: Jason Reed/Reuters

If ever a Lions tour in the professional tour provided compelling evidence that this wonderful relic of the amateur era should be maintained long into(...)

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