Paul Williams

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Paul Williams is a Welsh blogger for Rugby World who also features on BBC Scrum V's radio show. You can find him on Twitter, @thepaulwilliams

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Wales v Fiji: Talking points

When offloads go wrong Wales may have beaten Fiji 17-13 but it was as error strewn a performance as you are likely to see from a tier one nation –…

Nick Cummins

Five Things we learned in October

Australia v Barbarians. Take a bow I feel sorry for whichever producer was tasked with producing the highlights package for the Barbarians v Australia game. Cutting that down to 15…

The bringer of peace? WRU Chief Exec Roger Lewis speaks about peace outside the Millennium Stadium

Wales rugby: Five things we learned in August

Welsh rugby gets its house in order The Welsh language was removed from the list of endangered languages in July. Until August, it looked as though Welsh rugby may have…

The War of the Daffodils os over: Now it's time to focus on the business of rugby in Wales

Wales: WRU and RRW are finally in agreement!

The War of the Daffodils was brought to an end with the signing of the Rugby Services Agreement (RSA). The new agreement brings to an end a highly damaging period…

Wales rugby: Five things we learnt – July

Quality imports continue at Cardiff Blues Gareth Anscombe has finally been confirmed as a Cardiff Blues player. It’s another astute signing for the Blues and adds to the already promising…

Owen Williams

Welsh rugby: Five things we’ve learned in June

Owen Williams Owen Williams sustained a significant spinal cord injury whilst playing at the inaugural World Club 10s competition. You’ll often hear people refer to an event as ‘putting things…

Wales

Wales v South Africa: Five things we’ve learnt

The best, worst, most pleasing, annoying defeat Wales’ performance against the Springboks, in isolation, was impressive. But in the context of the first test, it was miraculous. The performance must…

Alex Cuthbert

Wales v EP Kings: Five things we learned

A training ground win Wales beat the EP Kings by a convincing 34-12. It was exactly the result and performance that the coaching staff would have hoped for. Despite some…