Newport Gwent Dragons prop Dan Way is forced to retire from rugby with immediate effect because of a shoulder injury.
Taulupe Faletau's proposed move to Bath could help further develop his game, says former Wales captain Ryan Jones.
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- Blues Patchell hopes new coach given time
- Cuthbert's place not certain - James
- Davies set to coach Namibia at Cup
- London Welsh London Welsh return to Old Deer Park
- Davies appointed Ebbw Vale coach
- Blues Blues turn to Steadman for defence
- Bath move would not 'harm' Faletau
- Gatland optimistic over Liam Williams
- Blues Blues job process 'questionable'
- Faletau 'could test' 'Gatland's Law'
- Williams injury worry for Wales
- Blues McIntosh steps down at Cardiff Blues
- 'Faletau may do well to leave Wales'
- Davies: Wales cannot afford injuries
- WRU ponders Premiership increase
- Davies expects Faletau to join Bath
- Wales U20 23-28 Australia U20
- England not troubled by absentees - Warburton
- Dragons' Faletau could join Bath
- Welsh sides learn Euro opponents
- Blues Wilson too late for Blues signings
- Wales Rugby player gets two-year drugs ban
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- Watch video Highlights: Scarlets 16-6 Cardiff Blues
- Watch video Scrum V: Will Italians leave Pro12?
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- Watch video Ugandan pair find Welsh rugby home
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- Watch video Scrum V - on demand
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