Gareth Cooper

Cooper quits the Blues
Thursday 4th November 08:30

Former British & Irish Lions scrum-half Gareth Cooper has left the Cardiff Blues with immediate effect following medical advice.

Fitness race for Blues duo
Wednesday 6th October 10:00

Richie Rees and Lloyd Williams face a race against time to be fit for Cardiff Blues' Heineken Cup opener against Edinburgh.

Cooper: Glad to be back
Tuesday 26th May 08:33

Wales scrum-half Gareth Cooper has admitted he had no hesitation in signing for Cardiff Blues.

Cardiff swoop for Cooper
Wednesday 11th March 11:42

Wales scrum-half Gareth Cooper has agreed to join Cardiff next season after failing to claim a regular first-team place at Gloucester.

Wales wait on star trio
Monday 9th February 15:42

Wales have delayed naming their team to play England until Thursday in order to assess their injury list.

Cooper row to rumble on
Monday 17th November 11:19

The Welsh Rugby Union will be looking into Gloucester's selection of Gareth Cooper on Sunday.

Ryan remains defiant
Sunday 16th November 18:32

Gloucester head coach Dean Ryan remained defiant after naming Welsh scrum-half Gareth Cooper on the bench for the win at Saracens.

Gloucester warned over Cooper
Sunday 16th November 15:59

Gloucester will be in breach of an IRB ruling if Gareth Cooper remains on the bench for Sunday's trip to Saracens.

Wales make 'Boks earn win
Saturday 14th June 15:51

A nail-biting second Test in South Africa saw Wales give the Springboks a real run for their money before losing 37-21 in Pretoria.

Major change for Wales
Thursday 24th January 23:16

Welsh stars who play outside Wales could jeopardise their international future under a new WRU ruling.

Thomas to lead Dragons
Friday 10th August 14:31

Gareth Thomas has won the race to captain Wales at the World Cup, beating Stephen Jones to the role.

Corry's a man on a mission
Friday 3rd August 09:34

Martin Corry will look to set the record straight as England take on Wales at Twickenham on Saturday.

Features

Phil Edwards explains why England's World Cup dreams will not be over if they lose their next two games

Phil Edwards explains why England's World Cup dreams will not be over if they lose their next two games

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Pro12 Highlights

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Highlights of all the Pro12 action, including Ulster's win over the Ospreys and Treviso's draw with Leinster.

Back Ireland to continue their winning ways

Back Ireland to continue their winning ways

It has been fairly even between Ireland and Australia in the last six meetings, three wins to Australia, two Irish victories and a draw, but recent form comes down in Ireland’s favour, with eight wins from nine contrasting to Australia's three victories in nine.

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Phil Edwards

Phil Edwards

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