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The Olympic Torch has arrived in Wales on the first of a five-day relay through the principality.

What World Cup? Wales celebrate 6 Nations Grand Slam

Wales 16 France 9

Mervyn Davies' legend will live on, insist his former team-mates

Phil Bennett last night led the tributes to Mervyn Davies, the former Wales captain who died on Thursday aged 65, saying Davies would have led the 1977 Lions if his career had not been cut short.

Mervyn Davies in action for the Lions in 1974

Wales' 1976 Grand Slam captain Mervyn Davies dies

Wales' 1976 Grand Slam captain Mervyn Davies has died, the Welsh Rugby Union said today. He was 65.

France ring changes for Wales clash

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Wales centre Jamie Roberts breaks free before diving to score against Italy in Cardiff

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Wales 24 Italy 3: Wales struggle to break free of determined Italy but two tries set up another clean-sweep chance against France

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Prolific striker has scored at Hampden and Millennium Stadium finals - now he wants to take Cardiff City to Wembley glory

Owens pair are brother and sister act for Wales

Ken set for first start for Wales at Twickenham, hours before Vicky faces England herself

Leigh Halfpenny of Wales breaks past John Barclay of Scotland to goes over to score his second try

Wales go top after smashing Scotland in Six Nations

Wales 27 Scotland 13

Thomas says: 'When I look in the mirror I see a person that has been through a lot. My face tells a story, and I see a guy who can stick his chest out and think 'I'm an honest person, who can hopefully help other people be honest'

My Secret Life: Gareth Thomas, 37, rugby player

'I cry quite a lot'

Ryan Jones replaces Bradley Davies for Wales

Former Wales captain Ryan Jones will take the place of banned lock Bradley Davies in Sunday's RBS 6 Nations clash against Millennium Stadium visitors Scotland.

Wales' Bradley Davies has been banned

Davies handed seven-week ban

Wales second-rower's suspension for tip-tackling leaves Gatland short of options in the pack for visit of Scotland

Bradley Davies is shown yellow during the match with Ireland

Bradley Davies and Stephen Ferris cited for foul play

Wales lock Bradley Davies and Ireland flanker Stephen Ferris have both been cited for foul play during Sunday's RBS 6 Nations game between the countries in Dublin.

Wales' Ryan Jones already focused on Scotland clash

Ryan Jones has braced Wales for the next step in their RBS 6 Nations title challenge and believes this season's competition remains wide open.

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