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Thursday 23rd January 16:12
Wales lock Ian Evans will miss the Six Nations after receiving a 12-week ban.
Wednesday 27th November 18:44
Wales and Ospreys lock Ian Evans is to join Heineken Cup holders Toulon next summer.
Monday 18th November 22:00
Wales second row Ian Evans says he won't make a decision on his future until January.
Thursday 6th December 18:17
Ospreys and Wales lock Ian Evans has been ruled out for up to eight weeks by his persistent knee injury.
Thursday 29th November 13:18
Wales coach Warren Gatland has made four changes for Saturday's must-win Test against Australia at the Millennium Stadium.
Tuesday 27th November 16:37
Forwards coach Robin McBryde says it is imperative Wales start well against Australia at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday.
Sunday 4th December 14:17
Ian Evans described his return to Wales colours against Australia as 'the greatest day of my life' after three years of injury hell.
Tuesday 21st September 17:43
Ospreys have been given a boost with the news that the ankle injury Ian Evans sustained is not as serious as first feared.
Tuesday 1st June 08:57
Wales second row Ian Evans has admitted he is "chuffed to bits" to have signed a new three-year deal to stay at the Ospreys.
Monday 4th February 14:38
Wales will be without Alun Wyn-Jones for the visit of Scotland on Saturday after the Ospreys lock suffered damaged his ankle ligaments.
Friday 29th December 11:38
Wales lock Ian Evans will miss the Six Nations after suffering a shoulder injury.
Wednesday 7th June 17:53
Ospreys pair Ian Evans and Alun Wyn Jones will make their Wales debuts in the first Test against Argentina.
Friday 23rd December 12:56
Ospreys lock Ian Evans has been banned for eight weeks for stamping.
Monday 19th December 17:37
Gavin Henson has been cited for his elbow on Leicester Tigers' Alejandro Moreno.
So much can change in a week of sporting action and, sure enough, there have been plenty of highs and lows over the past seven days.
The Crusaders will take on the Waratahs in the Super Rugby final after both sides registered eye-catching semi-final victories on Saturday.
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