Wales have been crowned 2021 Guinness Six Nations champions as coach Wayne Pivac enjoyed success after taking over from Warren Gatland.
George North says Wales will “stick to what we know” this week when they plan their final assault on the Guinness Six Nations title and Grand Slam.
Alun Wyn Jones has paid a glowing tribute to team-mate George North ahead of him winning his 100th Wales cap.
Wales assistant coach Neil Jenkins has stressed a need for watertight discipline amid the “edge” and “confrontation” he expects in Saturday’s Guinness Six Nations clash against England.
Wales tackle fierce rivals England in the Guinness Six Nations at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium on Saturday.
George North says it will be “very special” to gain membership of Wales’ 100-cap club when he lines up against England on Saturday.
Wayne Pivac has praised George North’s attitude and appetite as he prepares to win his 100th Wales cap and become a rugby union record-breaker.
Shane Williams has backed George North to chase down his international try-scoring record after rediscovering his love of rugby and earning his 100th Wales cap.
George North will win his 100th Wales cap in Saturday’s Guinness Six Nations clash against England at the Principality Stadium.
Wales wing sensation Louis Rees-Zammit has been backed to “deal with anything that comes his way” in Saturday’s Guinness Six Nations showdown against England.
George North has been given the “green light” to win his 100th Wales cap against England in the Six Nations Championship.
Wayne Pivac says that Wales will “box on” after seeing a quarter of his original 36-man Guinness Six Nations squad sidelined by injuries or suspension.
George North’s hopes of winning his 100th Wales cap on Saturday have been dashed by injury.
Wales boss Wayne Pivac must make at least four changes to his starting line-up for Saturday’s Guinness Six Nations clash against Scotland.
Wales will be without four players who began their Guinness Six Nations win over Ireland for Saturday’s round two clash with Scotland.
Highs and lows abounded during a gripping opening weekend of Six Nations action, and there promises to be no let-up in round two.
Wales head coach Wayne Pivac admits the first major victory of his reign was tempered by suffering a series of injury problems which have left him “counting the walking wounded”.
Wales and Ireland will conclude the opening weekend of this season’s Guinness Six Nations when they clash in Cardiff on Sunday.
Wales boss Wayne Pivac has hailed Dan Lydiate as “a form player in club rugby” after recalling him for a first Test match appearance since late 2018.
George North will start at centre when Wales launch their Guinness Six Nations campaign against Ireland in Cardiff on Sunday.