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Stan Hey: 6-5 Against

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£2m taxpayers' bill for families unable to afford funerals

Financially pressed families cannot afford to bury loved ones, and taxpayers increasingly have to foot the bill, a report has found.

Briers back and ready for another Welsh shock

Wales start on the second leg of an improbable journey today when they face Ireland in Neath.

James Lawton: Welsh burnt out by brilliant efforts but the future is bright

No, in the end Wales didn't make the podium of this seventh World Cup but if some lesser performers here take any satisfaction in this they not only do discredit to themselves but also the game they play.

Five Alive! A fistful of ways France can beat New Zealand

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The All Black line-out does not miss many beats, but if anyone can mess them around in this crucial department, Les Bleus are the ones.

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