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Wednesday 28th November 15:35
Luke Charteris says Wales are planning on spoiling Australia captain Nathan Sharpe's retirement party on Saturday.
Saturday 15th October 16:03
Wales are 'devastated' following their World Cup semi-final defeat, according to lock Luke Charteris.
Monday 12th September 15:52
Luke Charteris admits that Wales must now win every World Cup game to reach the knockout stages following their defeat by South Africa.
Saturday 10th September 09:25
Luke Charteris can't wait to be led by "world-class" Wales captain Sam Warburton.
Monday 5th September 15:38
Luke Charteris says the completion for a starting place in Wales' second row means there will be no complacency among the squad.
Wednesday 31st August 10:12
Lock Luke Charteris will captain Newport Gwent Dragons next season, the Welsh club confirmed on Wednesday.
Wednesday 12th May 21:06
Warren Gatland says they will be without Martyn Williams, James Hook, Dwayne Peel and Luke Charteris for this summer's campaign.
Sunday 14th March 17:35
Lock Luke Charteris is predicting a "tough week" for Wales ahead of their Six Nations clash against fellow strugglers Italy.
Friday 12th December 08:48
Luke Charteris, fresh from signing a new deal, lines up in the Dragons starting XV to face Toulouse.
Thursday 11th December 11:02
Newport Gwent Dragons lock Luke Charteris has agreed a new three-year contract to remain at the Magners League side.
Wednesday 4th June 17:05
Lock Luke Charteris has been called up into the Wales squad for the tour of South Africa to replace the injured Bradley Davies.
Friday 28th October 12:00
Daniel Larrachea is one of two Sale changes for their trip to face the Dragons.
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