Rugby – Six Nations: Wales Centre Jonathan Davies Named Captain For the First Time

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In the upcoming Saturday’s Six Nations match against Italy, for the first time ever, centre Jonathan Davies is set to captain Wales.

Regular captain Alun Wyn Jones is set to be on the seat in a much-changed Wales group.

Head mentor Warren Gatland will name his line-up on Thursday, with Wasps flanker Thomas Young ready to make his Six Nations make a big appearance in Rome.

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Ribs vanquished France 24-19 in their opening match against France in Paris.

That was Wales’ tenth progressive triumph and on the off chance that they beat Italy for a thirteenth time on the bounce, it will measure up to Wales’ record-breaking unbeaten record of 11 Tests set somewhere in the range of 1907 and 1910.


  • Aaron Wainwright
  • Adam Beard
  • Alun Wyn Jones
  • Cory Hill
  • Dillon Lewis
  • Elliot Dee
  • Jake Ball
  • Josh Navidi
  • Justin Tipuric
  • Ken Owens
  • Nicky Smith
  • Rob Evans
  • Ross Moriarty
  • Ryan Elias
  • Samson Lee
  • Thomas Young
  • Tomas Francis
  • Wyn Jones


  • Aled Davies
  • Dan Biggar
  • Gareth Anscombe
  • Gareth Davies
  • George North
  • Hadleigh Parkes
  • Hallam Amos,
  • Jonah Holmes
  • Jonathan Davies
  • Josh Adams
  • Liam Williams
  • Owen Watkin
  • Tomos Williams

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