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May 26, 2001:  The Welsh Rugby Union are heading for a potentially damaging legal battle with Division One champions Aberavon, who have been denied promotion to premier level by the governing body
May 26, 2001:  Neath have signed former Wales scrum-half Andy Moore from Treviso and fly-half Shaun Connor from Ebbw Vale
May 26, 2001:  Canterbury Crusaders coach Steve Hansen and former Wales rugby league coach Clive Griffiths are set to become Graham Henry's full time Wales assistants
May 25, 2001:  Lions legend Willie John McBride has hailed the durability of Martin Johnson as he prepares to lead another major overseas British rugby expedition
May 23, 2001:  Wallaby centre Stirling Mortlock is to miss the test series against the touring British and Irish Lions in June and July because of a shoulder injury which requires reconstructive surgery
May 21, 2001:  Wales full-back Kevin Morgan heralded his return to the international fold with a two-try salvo at the Millennium Stadium yesterday but it was not enough to prevent his side crashing to a thrilling 40-38 defeat by the Barbarians
May 20, 2001:  South African fly-half Braam van Straaten snathched victory from the jaws of defeat when he converted a Friedrich Lombard try with the last kick of the game to end a brave second half fightback from Wales
May 18, 2001:  Cardiff have denied reports that they are about to announce former South Africa coach Ian McIntosh as their new rugby supremo
May 18, 2001:  The Australian Rugby Union has announced that a minimum of 6,000 additional temporary seats will be made available at Stadium Australia for the British Lions Test on July 14 and Bledisloe Cup on September 1
May 18, 2001:  New Zealand Sevens coach Gordon Tietjens has named an experienced squad of 12 to contest the critical final two rounds of the World Sevens Series at Twickenham and in Cardiff at the end of the month
May 17, 2001:  Wales coach Graham Henry has named a virtually full-strength side to face the Barbarians at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium on Sunday
May 17, 2001:  The Barbarians touring team will welcome back their Leicester contingent for the game against Scotland at Murrayfield next Thursday
May 16, 2001:  Bridgend flanker Jamie Ringer has been called up to join Wales' tour to Japan after an injured shoulder ruled Pontypridd's Robert Sidoli out of contention to replace Newport number eight Ian Gough
May 16, 2001:  John Connolly, a selector for the 1991 World Cup winning Australian side, predicted Tuesday that the Lions stood a chance in their forthcoming test series with Australia if the Wallabies suffered injuries to key players
May 15, 2001:  Swansea teenager Gavin Henson, 19, will become the youngest flyhalf to play for Wales in 105 years when he lines up against the Barbarians on Sunday
May 14, 2001:  New Zealand wing Jonah Lomu has been confirmed as a member of the Barbarians squad to tour Britain last this month but a foot injury could rob the invitation side of his services
May 14, 2001:  Neath centre James Storey, man of the match in the Principality Cup final on Sunday, has suggested his international future lies with Wales
May 14, 2001:  Newport lock Ian Gough looks like he will miss Wales' tour to Japan this summer after suffering a dislocated shoulder during his side's defeat in the Principality Cup final on Sunday
May 14, 2001:  Australian coach Rod Macqueen has revealed has as good as picked his Test team to tackle the British Lions in June
May 14, 2001:  Neath coach Lyn Jones has called for the video referee to be introduced into top level Welsh rugby after his side were denied two crucial tries during their 13-8 Principality Cup defeat to Newport at the Millennium Stadium
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