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Two hitmen who were high on heroin when they went to the wrong location and mistakenly stabbed an innocent teenager to death were found guilty of the boy’s murder today.

Irish prepare 'magic' for mismatch

Ireland will not be daunted by the physcial mismatch on the wings when they face Wales on Saturday, warns the Munster scrum-half, Conor Murray.

Bradley Davies needs an operation on his ankle injury, bringing the number of locks on the absentee list to four

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Lostprophets singer Ian Watkins remanded in custody after appearing in court accused of conspiring to rape one-year-old girl

Lostprophets frontman Ian Watkins has been remanded in custody after appearing at Cardiff magistrates' court to face child sex abuse allegations.

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'Thanks but no thanks': RFU dismiss proposal to stage 2015 Rugby World Cup match between England and Wales at the Millennium Stadium

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England and Wales at war over Group of Death venue

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The Championship's perennial bridesmaids may finally join their Swansea rivals in the top flight

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All Blacks' talismanic fly-half out with ankle injury as coach Gatland returns to lead Dragons

Michael Hooper retains his place at No 7 with David Pocock out

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Fly-half to turn down Racing Métro for second time when his contract expires next summer

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Scotland know not to underestimate the Springboks' 5ft 9in inside centre today

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New Zealand arrive in Scotland after decade of autumn Test dominance

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Two of Wales's most notorious murderers John Cooper and John Pope have appeals rejected

Two of Wales's most notorious murderers had their appeals dismissed today.

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