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Wales captain Bradley Davies feels the steep learning curve of the summer tour to Japan will be crucial in the inexperienced squad's long-term development.
Bradley Davies insists his difficult season has made him stronger as he prepares for his return to the Wales side.
Cardiff Blues lock Bradley Davies will captain Wales on their two-Test tour of Japan, which also sees the return of Steven Shingler.
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Wales second row Bradley Davies has urged his side not to let South Africa off the hook for a third time when they clash in the World Cup.
Wales lock Bradley Davies has been told by coach Warren Gatland to take all the time he needs following the death of his mother Sheryl.
Wales have had to shuffle their pack for Argentina after lock Bradley Davies was ruled out with an ankle injury.
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Lock Luke Charteris has been called up into the Wales squad for the tour of South Africa to replace the injured Bradley Davies.
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