Pontypridd claim the double for the first time in their history in the Principality Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. We hear from captain Chris Dicomidis, assistant coach Paul John, man-of-the-match Simon Humberstone and Llanelli coach Kevin George. The Wales squad to tour Japan was announced, we speak to coach Robin McBryde and captain Bradley Davies. Justin Tipuric and Alex Cuthbert reflect on their Lions experiences, while Nigel Owens will become Wales's most capped referee this summer - we speak to him and the WRU's manager of match day officials Robert Yeman.
Lions, Wales, SWALEC Finals Day, Rugby World Cup, Wales Sevens in this week's Principality Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. We hear from Dan Lydiate on his Lions selection, Wales coach Robin McBryde on the squad to tour Japan, WRU group chief executive Roger Lewis and First Minister Carwyn Jones welcome the news there will be eight 2015 Rugby World Cup games in Cardiff. We speak to all six clubs involved in SWALEC Finals Day, Neath, Pontypridd, Rhydfelin, Heol-y-Cyw, Wattstown and Fishguard and Goodwick. We also hear from Wales Sevens coach Paul John and scrum half Tavis Knoyle.
Re-live Wales England and look forward to Judgement Day on the Principality WRU Podcast. We hear from captain Gethin Jenkins, coach Rob Howley, Alex Cuthbert and Sam Warburton. Jonathan Davies and Rob Sidoli look back and forward to Judgement Day. We also speak to coach Rhys Edwards, along with Catrin Edwards, Jenny Davies and Elinor Snowsill as Wales Women qualify for the next World Cup, as well as assistant coach Richard Hodges and scrum half Rhodri Williams as Wales U20 narrowly miss out on a Grand Slam.
All the build up to the England game on the Principality Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. We hear from coach Rob Howley, captain Gethin Jenkins, as well as Ian Evans, Leigh Halfpenny, Jamie Roberts and Mike Phillips. We also hear from a star-studded line-up for the National Anthem, as well as Wales U20s preparing for their Grand Slam bid.
The Welsh Rugby Union will distribute 100,000 song sheets to fans ahead of the RBS 6 Nations decider at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday. The campaign was given impetus when a selection of Welsh artists re-enacted anthem time on the Millennium Stadium pitch.
A hat-trick by James Davies in the Bowl final ensured Wales finished the HSBC Sevens World Series on a high note after securing a 19-7 victory over France at Twickenham in the ninth and final leg of the campaign.
Wales will enter the final round of the HSBC Sevens World Series at Twickenham brimming with confidence after their sterling efforts in Glasgow saw them finish fourth in the Emirates Airline Glasgow 7s.