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Welsh fans across the country now have the chance to put themselves in Warren Gatland's shoes and select their own XV from the competing nations of this year's tournament by taking part in the Welsh Rugby Union's official RBS 6 Nations fantasy league.
There are some amazing prizes up for grabs. After each round, the person who has accumulated the most points will win a signed Welsh shirt.
The overall winner will receive a fantastic prize. They and a friend will be invited to watch Wales train and be included in the squad photo. They will also get a signed shirt, a pair of tickets to the next home Welsh international and a three-course meal for 2 at the Cardiff Arms café bar followed by a tour of the Stadium.
"We wanted to interact with the Welsh rugby fans and give them something to enjoy, as well as giving them a chance to win some fantastic money-can't-buy-prizes," explained WRU spokesperson Carrie Phillips, before adding, "The great thing about this competition is the fact that it is free to enter."
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