Warren Gatland's squad assembled at their Vale of Glamorgan base yesterday in preparation for this season's RBS 6 Nations campaign. The 35-man squad includes four uncapped players, Tom Prydie, Kristian Phillips, Richard Rees and Rhys Gill.
Back row: (left to right): Rhys Gill, Paul James, Deiniol Jones, Ian Gough, Luke Charteris, Brad Davies, Alun Wyn Jones.
Middle row: (left to right): Gareth Williams, Adam Jones, Eifion Lewis Roberts, Jonathan Davies, Lee Byrne, Jamie Roberts, Jonathan Thomas, Andy Powell, Gethin Jenkins, Dan Lydiate, Sam Warburton, Matthew Rees, Tom James, Martyn Williams, Huw Bennett.
Sitting: (left to right): Kristian Phillips, Leigh Halfpenny, Gareth Cooper, Richard Rees, Shane Williams, Stephen Jones, Ryan Jones, James Hook, Tom Shanklin, Tom Prydie, Martin Roberts, Andrew Bishop, Dan Biggar.
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