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Ross Harries Ross is a TV presenter, an experienced broadcast journalist, award-nominated author, real ale enthusiast and frustrated rock star. His most recent book, Behind the Dragon, was shortlisted for the Telegraph Rugby Book Of The Year Award, an accolade also bestowed on Bomb - his ghost-written autobiography of Wales' most decorated prop, Adam Jones. Ross has been the face of Welsh rugby for the best part of a decade, having presented Scrum V on the BBC since 2011. He continues to present their International Specials, and is part of BBC Network's Six Nations and Autumn International coverage. He is currently the lead anchor of Premier Sports' exclusive coverage of the Pro14, and a regular pitchside presence on BT Sport's European Champions Cup coverage.

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Johnny Williams' Scarlet quest

Johnny Williams has overcome cancer, injury and contractual strife to force his way into Wayne Pivac’s Wales squad.

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Tom Rogers set for lift off with Wales

After producing Barry John and Car Carwyn James, Cefneithin RFC have unearthed a new star: Tom Rogers.

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Back in the running

After two years out with a potentially career-ending knee injury, Ellis Jenkins' comeback has been uplifting

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Calling the tunes

Stephen Myler's musical tastes have been questioned but the fly-half is on song at the Ospreys

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Fortifying the defences

Steve Tandy has been the inspiration behind Scotland's improved defensive performances

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The waiting game

The fate of the 2021 Lions tour is giving every individual associated with it a mighty headache

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Proving his worth

James Botham is stepping out of the shadows of his grandfather's sporting legend

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Split loyalties

Half-Irish, half-Welsh, Mike Ruddock is back 'home' after getting an SOS call from the Ospreys.

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Redemption man

Once a hot-headed youngster with a short fuse Scott Baldwin has matured into a better player and person.

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The scrum professor

Adam Jones is thriving at Harlequins but he has a watchful eye trained on his beloved Wales

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Chart-topper

Luke Charteris is proving to be a big hit as a young coach at Bath

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Patriot games

The question of eligibility is an emotive subject in the world of international rugby

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Taking a stand

Ashton Hewitt has found his voice and is determined to call out racist bigots

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The long and winding road

Mark Jones has travelled across the world to find a home away from home with the Crusaders

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A nation's custodian

After five years at the WRU, departing CEO Martyn Phillips reflects on a rollercoaster journey

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