Welsh Rugby Looks North
8 August 2012 by Adrian Hill
With Snowdonia (pictured), Anglesey and the Irish Sea coast, North Wales offers outstanding natural beauty but until recent years there has been a sense that its rugby-playing potential had been neglected. The Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) appears to be trying to make up for lost time but the longed-for decision to make North Wales the fifth region in its professional set-up still seems a long way off. ...
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