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Wales announce squad for TikTok Women's Six Nations

By Lucy Lomax
Wales players sing the national anthem during the New Zealand 2021 Women's Rugby World Cup Pool C match between New Zealand and Wales at Waitakere Stadium in Auckland on October 16, 2022. (Photo by Dave Lintott / AFP) (Photo by DAVE LINTOTT/AFP via Getty Images)

Wales Women’s Head coach Ioan Cunningham has named his senior squad for the upcoming TikTok Six Nations.


The 36-strong squad will open the championship hosting Ireland at Cardiff Arms Park on Saturday, March 25th (kick-off: 14:15).

Centre Hannah Jones resumes the captaincy after leading the side during the 2022 World Cup in New Zealand.

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Cunningham has named six uncapped players, prop Abbey Constable, flanker Bryonie King, lock Charlie Mundy, flanker Kate Williams, centres Catherine Richards and Jenna De Vera.

Scrum-half Meg Davies and wingers Courtney Keight and Hannah Bluck return to the squad as Wales look to emulate last season’s third-place finish.

Cunningham has selected a squad with a 19 forwards and 17 backs split.

Established players Alisha Butchers and Donna Rose miss out as they recover from long-term knee injuries.

Wales Women’s Senior Squad:
FORWARDS: Abbey Constable, Abbie Fleming, Alex Callander, Bethan Lewis, Bryonie King, Cara Hope, Caryl Thomas, Carys Phillips, Cerys Hale, Charlie Mundy, Georgia Evans, Gwen Crabb, Gwenllian Pyrs, Kat Evans, Kate Williams, Kelsey Jones, Natalia John, Sioned Harries, Sisilia Tuipulotu.


BACKS: Amelia Tutt, Carys Williams-Morris, Catherine Richards, Courtney Keight, Elinor Snowsill, Ffion Lewis, Hannah Bluck, Hannah Jones (C), Jenna De Vera, Keira Bevan, Kerin Lake, Lisa Neumann, Lleucu George, Lowri Norkett, Megan Davies, Niamh Terry, Robyn Wilkins.


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