Warren Gatland’s Wales will lend its support to the GLAZE charity’s prostate cancer awareness campaign in the lead up to opening match in the Invesco Perpetual Series’ against New Zealand at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday.
The Barbarians include players from seven different countries in their 22-man squad to play Combined Services in the twelfth annual Remembrance Match at Aldershot on Wednesday 11 November (7.15pm).
Llanelli threw away a massive lead for the second weekend in a row before crashing to a 28-26 home defeat at the hands of Neath in the Principality Premiership.
Bargoed closed the gap to a point at the top of Swalec Division 1 East as they became the first team this season to topple league leaders Uwic.
Whitland maintained their grip on the top spot in SWALEC Division 1 West with a convincing 31-18 home win over Bonymaen.
Newport Gwent Dragons denied Edinburgh the chance to go top of the Magners League table with a gritty display to earn a 9-8 victory at Murrayfield.
Leinster haunted Cardiff Blues again to go top of the table with a routine Halloween win in Dublin.
Ma’a Nonu tells WRU correspondent Matt Lloyd about the history of the Haka in Cardiff, and how much he loves the battle in the Millennium Stadium
Warren Gatland’s Welsh side have received an unexpected double boost ahead of their showdown with the All Blacks on Saturday after flying wing Sitiveni Sivivatu and prop Tony Woodcock were ruled out of the Millennium Stadium clash, writes Matt Lloyd, the WRU’s correspondent in Tokyo
Dan Carter warmed-up for his shoot-out with Stephen Jones at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday by kicking 22 points in the All Blacks’ seventh straight win over the Wallabies in Tokyo, writes Matt Lloyd from Tokyo.