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Luke Charteris says Wales are planning on spoiling Australia captain Nathan Sharpe's retirement party on Saturday.
Wales are 'devastated' following their World Cup semi-final defeat, according to lock Luke Charteris.
Luke Charteris admits that Wales must now win every World Cup game to reach the knockout stages following their defeat by South Africa.
Luke Charteris can't wait to be led by "world-class" Wales captain Sam Warburton.
Luke Charteris says the completion for a starting place in Wales' second row means there will be no complacency among the squad.
Lock Luke Charteris will captain Newport Gwent Dragons next season, the Welsh club confirmed on Wednesday.
Warren Gatland says they will be without Martyn Williams, James Hook, Dwayne Peel and Luke Charteris for this summer's campaign.
Lock Luke Charteris is predicting a "tough week" for Wales ahead of their Six Nations clash against fellow strugglers Italy.
Luke Charteris, fresh from signing a new deal, lines up in the Dragons starting XV to face Toulouse.
Newport Gwent Dragons lock Luke Charteris has agreed a new three-year contract to remain at the Magners League side.
Lock Luke Charteris has been called up into the Wales squad for the tour of South Africa to replace the injured Bradley Davies.
Daniel Larrachea is one of two Sale changes for their trip to face the Dragons.
In the penultimate round of the Six Nations, the championship race is still wide open.
England host Wales at Twickenham on Sunday in a Six Nations game that's crucial to both sides' title hopes.
The Aviva Stadium in Dublin will host an emotional farewell on Saturday as Ireland's greatest rugby player will wear the green jersey for the last time on home soil.
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