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Wales' Six Nations players 'unsettled' by rugby row

Wales' top rugby players are being "unsettled" ahead of the upcoming Six Nations tournament by the continuing lack of agreement between Wales' rugby regions and the Welsh Rugby Union, says a players' spokesman.

Wales' four rugby regions failed to meet the Welsh Rugby Union's 31 December deadline to reach a new legal agreement over the game's future.

Rhys Williams, president of the Welsh Rugby Players' Association and a former Cardiff Blues and Wales player, urged both sides to come to an agreement by the end of January.

He spoke to Felicity Evans at Radio Wales.

  • 01 Jan 2014
  • From the section Wales
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