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Wales captains relishing World Cup campaigns

South Wales Argus: SKIPPERS: Wales netball captain Suzy Drane with Wales rugby captain Sam Warburton

11:11am Thursday 2nd July 2015

WELSH rugby skipper Sam Warburton and Welsh netball captain Suzy Drane met up at the WRU Centre of Excellence this week to chat over plans for their upcoming World Cup campaigns.

Scott Williams backed to rise to the World Cup occasion by Wales captain Sam Warburton

South Wales Argus: MAN IN THE MIDDLE: Scott Williams is likely to be charged with filling the boots of Jonathan Davies

11:24am Monday 29th June 2015

WALES captain Sam Warburton has hailed Scott Williams as 'perfect' World Cup replacement for Jonathan Davies, writes Paddy von Behr.

Wales hopeful Jack Dixon belongs on the Test scene - Hallam Amos

South Wales Argus: STEPPING UP: Newport Gwent Dragons centre Jack Dixon is in the full Wales squad after three Junior World Championships with the Under-20s

8:02am Monday 29th June 2015

HALLAM Amos says that fellow Newport Gwent Dragons young gun Jack Dixon belongs at Test level after making the breakthrough into Warren Gatland's World Cup training squad.

Baldwin desperate to make his mark in fierce battle to be Wales No 2

South Wales Argus: OPPORTUNITY: Scott Baldwin powers forward against South Africa last year

10:26am Sunday 28th June 2015

WALES hooker Scott Baldwin swapped the building site for the international rugby arena - and now he plans to put down further career foundations at the World Cup this autumn.

Sam Warburton: World Cup rivals England have the depth to cope with setbacks

South Wales Argus: IN THE THICK OF IT: Sam Warburton will be hoping for a better result against England than the 2014 trip to Twickenham in the World Cup in September

7:02am Saturday 27th June 2015

ENGLAND have been hit with a string of World Cup setbacks but Wales captain Sam Warburton still expects to lead his side out against one of the most complete teams in the tournament, writes Paddy von Behr.


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