The Ospreys Premiership Select XV will look to get their British & Irish Cup campaign back on track against London Scottish at the Talbot Athletics Ground tonight (Friday) following a disappointing opening defeat at Yorkshire Carnegie.
The Welsh Rugby Union has issued a strong warning to players at all levels of the game to ensure they train and compete cleanly for the good of the game following suspensions of two players for anti-doping rule violations.
Wales and British and Irish Lions centre Jonathan Davies has become the latest international to sign a National Dual Contract as it was announced he is returning from France to re-join his home region, the Scarlets.
Welsh Rugby Union chief executive Martyn Phillips is calling for applicants to join a new WRU Youth Board, which will have an initial brief to help keep more young people involved in the game during their late teenage years and beyond.
The countdown is on as the British & Irish Cup enters ground-breaking territory with the formation of four Regional Premiership Select teams carrying the hopes of Welsh glory in the cross-border competition.