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Sunday 29th November 12:39
Wales are licking their wounds after seeing more stars pick up injuries after the defeat to Australia on Saturday.
Thursday 25th June 15:53
Wales full-back Lee Byrne is heading home from the Lions' tour of South Africa due to a thumb injury.
Monday 8th June 22:23
Lee Byrne admits there is "big pressure" to put down a Test team marker against the Sharks.
Tuesday 26th May 07:00
It might have been a frustrating end to the domestic season for Lee Byrne had it not been for his British and Irish Lions tour call-up.
Friday 27th March 16:57
Ireland's Grand Slam-winning captain Brian O'Driscoll has been named Player of the Six Nations.
Friday 5th December 12:51
Lee Byrne returns from international duty for the Ospreys as they take on Benetton Treviso at the Liberty Stadium.
Monday 1st December 09:53
Wales full-back Lee Byrne is refusing to look too far ahead despite the carrot of the Lions tour dangling in front of him.
Thursday 20th November 08:15
Full-back Lee Byrne insists he owes his international career to Wales coach Warren Gatland.
Saturday 12th April 16:46
Ospreys put their Heineken Cup woes behind them with a 23-6 victory over Leicester in the EDF Energy Cup Final at Twickenham.
Monday 10th March 15:52
Lee Byrne has warned France that Wales will not let the Grand Slam slip from their grasp in Saturday's title-deciding clash.
Friday 29th February 20:33
Mauro Bergamasco has apologised to Lee Byrne after he was found guilty of eye-gouging him.
Wednesday 27th February 10:52
Wales full-back Lee Byrne has been rewarded for his fine form this season with a new four-year deal at the Ospreys.
Rupert Cox shares his highlights from the week's rugby action in his round-up blog...
The best images from South Africa's narrow win over England at Twickenham.
The pressure is on at Twickenham; whoever loses on Saturday is in for a bad night knowing that the media will be sharpening their quills.
Read the thoughts and opinions of Phil Edwards with skysports.com