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Stephen Jones has been selected ahead of James Hook at fly-half in Wales' Triple Crown clash with Ireland.
Wales coach Warren Gatland has handed starts to half-back pair Dwayne Peel and Stephen Jones for the game against Italy in Cardiff.
Biarritz have strenuously denied rumours that they are set to sign Stephen Jones from Llanelli Scarlets.
The Scarlets are bracing themselves for the exit of a second Wales international - with Stephen Jones in discussions with other clubs.
Gareth Thomas has won the race to captain Wales at the World Cup, beating Stephen Jones to the role.
Stephen Jones will learn his fate after undergoing a scan on his groin.
Wales will welcome back fly-half Stephen Jones for their showdown with New Zealand.
Stephen Jones is confident he can lead Wales when they play the All Blacks.
Llanelli Scarlets fly-half Stephen Jones has been named Wales captain.
JPR Williams has tipped Stephen Jones to become the new captain of Wales.
Italy avoided defeat for the first time in 20 Six Nations away matches as they earned an 18-18 draw with Wales at the Millennium Stadium.
Wales fly half Stephen Jones should be fit to face Italy on Saturday.
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Fly-half Stephen Jones insists Wales have to be more clinical in their finishing.
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After Dubai I was left to feel frustrated and positive in equal measure. We certainly felt there were a couple of games there that were there for the taking that we should have closed out but we'll learn from those games and take it on to Port Elizabeth.
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