Tighthead prop Adam Jones has announced his retirement from Test rugby following his most recent snub by coach Warren Gatland.
Powerhouse tighthead prop Samson Lee has become the latest Welsh international to commit his future to the Scarlets and Wales.
Cardiff Blues director of rugby Mark Hammett has backed tighthead prop Adam Jones for a recall to the Welsh squad for the Six Nations....
Wales tighthead prop Rhodri Jones could miss the upcoming Six Nations Championship due to injury.
Fly-half Owen Williams has ended speculation on his future by agreeing a new contract to stay with Leicester Tigers.
Wales fly-half Rhys Priestland is set to announce that he will leave Pro12 outfit the Scarlets to join Aviva Premiership side Bath.
Scarlets will be without Emyr Phillips for up to 12 weeks after it was confirmed that the Welsh hooker requires surgery on his right...
Scarlets boss Wayne Pivac says Rhys Priestland has to make up his mind on whether he signs a new contract with the region.
The Scarlets have been boosted by the news that skipper Ken Owens and full-back Liam Williams have signed new deals with the club.
The Ospreys have announced the re-signing of Wales international Justin Tipuric, who will remain at the region until at least 2018.
Scarlets and Wales full-back Liam Williams has apologised for any offence caused by a fancy dress outfit worn on Saturday, December 20....
Wales will train in surroundings ranging from the deserts of Qatar to the peaks of the Swiss Alps ahead of next year's Rugby World Cup....
World Rugby has confirmed the pools for the New Zealand Sevens in Wellington, round four of the HSBC World Series on February 6-7.
Welsh Rugby Union chairman Gareth Davies has revealed that he would have preferred Wales flanker Dan Lydiate to return to Dragons.
Racing Metro scrum-half Mike Phillips admits that he has a fight on his hands to win back his position in Wales' starting XV.
Wales flanker Dan Lydiate is set to join Ospreys next week on a dual contract with the WRU according to reports in the Welsh press.
Wales clinched the sweetest of victories with a 12-6 triumph over South Africa, their first Southern Hemisphere scalp since 2008.