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Sunday 17th November 22:20
Dan Biggar says he is ready to drive Wales' attempts to beat Australia in their final Autumn series international at the end of this month.
Thursday 13th June 12:36
Wales tour coach Robin McBryde has told Dan Biggar to show the British and Irish Lions what they're missing against Japan on Saturday.
Saturday 8th June 17:11
Wales coach Robin McBryde praised his team's resilience following the 22-18 victory over Japan in Osaka.
Wednesday 27th March 08:43
Dan Biggar has agreed a new three-year contract with the Ospreys that will keep the Wales fly-half at the Liberty Stadium until 2016.
Wednesday 13th February 21:56
Wales fly-half Dan Biggar believes he has proved the critics wrong with his performance in the win over France.
Thursday 31st January 16:42
Rob Howley has urged Wales supporters to give Dan Biggar time and space when he makes his Six Nations debut against Ireland on Saturday.
Wednesday 12th December 10:18
The Ospreys are backing Dan Biggar to fill Wales' number 10 jersey following the long-term injury to Scarlets fly-half Rhys Priestland.
Monday 22nd October 11:15
Ospreys prop Aaron Jarvis has been handed his first call-up to the Wales squad for the autumn internationals.
Monday 14th May 16:30
Skills coach Neil Jenkins praised Dan Biggar's growing maturity after the Ospreys fly-half was restored to the Wales squad.
Saturday 12th November 18:53
Ospreys forwards coach Jon Humphreys hailed an "exceptional" performance by fly-half Dan Biggar.
Saturday 12th November 17:56
Dan Biggar kicked 23 points as Ospreys saw off Biarritz 28-21 in their Heineken Cup opener.
Sunday 28th November 19:26
The Ospreys went above Leinster to fifth in the Magners League table with a hard-fought win at a freezing Liberty Stadium.
Sunday 24th October 19:42
Glasgow produced a stirring second-half performance to beat Ospreys 31-23 in their Magners League clash at Firhill on Sunday.
Saturday 24th April 21:02
Dan Biggar kicked five penalties as the Ospreys remained in the Magners League title race with victory over Munster.
So much can change in a week of sporting action and, sure enough, there have exhilarating highs and deflating lows aplenty over the past seven days.
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