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Referee Alexandre Ruiz Hilariously Tries To Get Dan Biggar’s Attention

Leinster overcame Northampton Saints at Franklin’s Garden this afternoon on a scoreline of 43-16 in the Heineken Champions Cup. Three first-half tries from James Lowe, Rhys Ruddock and Andrew Porter helped the four-time European Champions to a 19-16 lead at the break. Shortly after half-time, the bonus-point was secured following Cian Healy’s try. Ross Byrne then got on the scoresheet …

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Dan Biggar Misses Conversion From In Front Of The Posts

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With just three minutes on the clock, Wales took the lead in their World Cup opener against Georgia with a try from Jonathan Davies but Dan Biggar somehow missed the subsequent conversion.  Wales struck early on off a scrum setpiece strike move which saw Davies receive a flat pass to fly through a gap in the Georgian defence and touch …

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Dan Biggar Displays Ultimate Show Of Sportsmanship At The Aviva

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Ireland and Wales are in the midst of a heated battle at the Aviva Stadium as the two sides round off their summer warm-up series before heading to the World Cup in Japan. Ireland looked the better side throughout the majority of the first half despite, again, losing two of their own lineouts. Rob Kearney opened the scoring for Ireland …

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Dan Biggar Now A Doubt For Wales With Six Nations Looming

Wales could potentially be missing two of their most experienced out-halves when they kick off their Six Nations campaign against Scotland at the Principality Stadium.  Warren Gatland has already been hit with the news that Rhys Priestland will likely miss the entirety of the competition due to the hamstring injury he picked up against Scarlets while playing for Bath in …

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Shane Williams Picks His Preferred Wales Team For Autumn Series

CARDIFF, WALES - MARCH 15: Ex Wales player Shane Williams looks on before the RBS Six Nations match between Wales and Scotland at Millennium Stadium on March 15, 2014 in Cardiff, Wales. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

Wales and Ospreys legend Shane Williams has picked his team for the upcoming autumn series which sees Warren Gatland’s men pit their wits against Australia, Georgia, New Zealand and South Africa. Writing in WalesOnline, Williams who scored a record 58 tries in 87 tests for Wales, has opted for experience in his XV for the hugely demanding tests against the …

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Dan Biggar To Join Northampton Saints At The End Of The Season

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - JUNE 23: Dan Biggar passes the ball during the Lions captain's run at the QBE Stadium on June 23, 2017 in Auckland, New Zealand. (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images)

Northampton Saints have confirmed the signing of Welsh international Dan Biggar from next season. The 27-year-old fly-half will move to the Premiership side after spending a decade in his homeland with Ospreys. Welcome to the #SaintsNation, Dan Biggar! pic.twitter.com/bHFzyuriRo — Northampton Saints (@SaintsRugby) September 6, 2017 The previous announcements that James Hook was returning to the Welsh side and Sam …

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Rhys Webb Offered To Top Clubs In England And France [Report]

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - JULY 08: Rhys Webb of the Lions is held back by TJ Perenara during the Test match between the New Zealand All Blacks and the British & Irish Lions at Eden Park on July 8, 2017 in Auckland, New Zealand. (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images)

Wales and Lions scrum-half Rhys Webb is being offered to top clubs in England and France, according to reports in the French media.  The 30-cap Ospreys star’s national dual contract, which he signed in 2015, comes to an end in the summer, and there are sure to be no shortage of offers for one of Europe’s best scrum-halves. Renowned French …

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