The dates and kick-off times for Wales Under 20's three home matches against Italy, France and Scotland in the 2014 Under 20 Six Nations have now been confirmed with all three taking place at Eirias, Colwyn Bay.
A special tribute to Cliff Morgan, one of the all-time greats of Welsh rugby, in this week's Principality Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. We go to his funeral on the Isle of Wight and speak to Barry John, Mary Peters, Clive Rowlands and Roger Lewis about the great man. We also hear from Llandovery, Bridgend, Cardiff and Bedwas about the Principality Premiership, while Wales U20s centre JAck Dixon talks about facing Lions star Jonathan Davies.
The launch of the RaboDirect Pro12, Mardi Gras and North Wales developments in this week's Principality Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. We speak to Lions captain Alun Wyn Jones and the coaches of all four regions about the new season. The WRU's North Wales general manager Rupert Moon talks about their step up, we hear all about the Mardi Gras at the Millennium Stadium, as well as Wales U20 defence coach Richard Hodges and Lions flanker Justin Tipuric.
We hear from some of the Welsh Lions in this week's Principality Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. Hooker Richard Hibbard, along with back rowers Justin Tipuric and Dan Lydiate look back and forwards. Ospreys centre Ashley Beck looks forward to the new season, we also hear from Wales U20 team manager Mark Taylor and Pontypridd chief executive Stephen Reardon.
A chance to hear from some of the players who were big in Japan this summer, on the Principality Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. Blues outside half Rhys Patchell, along with Ospreys forwards Ryan Bevington and James King, all look back and forward. New Wales U20 forwards coach Ioan Cunningham looks forward to his new role and we hear from Scarlets forwards coach Danny Wilson.
More Welsh rugby success in this week's Principality Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. We hear why Danhy Wilson has stepped back as coach of the Wales U20 team, plus from the man who has replaced him as forwards coach Ioan Cunningham. WRU group chief executive Roger Lewis and Lions chief executive John Feehan reflect on the impact on Wales and the Northern hemisphere following the successful Lions tour to Australia. Wales wing Harry Robinson looks forward to the new season.