Six Nations & Luke Charteris
The Six Nations Championship (referred to as RBS 6 Nations as it's sponsored by the Royal Bank of Scotland) is an annual international Rugby Union competition involving six European sides: England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales. Luke Charteris is a Wales international Rugby Union player. His position is lock forward. /5
Six Nations Luke Charteris Bradley Davies Rhys Webb Sam Warburton Rob Howley Rhys Williams Andrew Coombs Liam Williams Rugby Union Leigh Halfpenny South Africa James Hook Cardiff Blues Dan Lydiate Gwent Dragons Ian Evans Dan Biggar Former Wales Toby Faletau
Wales second-row Luke Charteris is set to miss Six Nations opener against Italy in Rome. Step in Bradley Davies or Jake Ball? (when BD back)
Wales cannot afford any more slip-ups if they are to win the Six Nations - Luke Charteris:
Charteris blow for Wales: Wales lock Luke Charteris has been ruled out of Sunday's Six Nations clash with Engl...
Ball comes in for injured Charteris: Wales have lost lock Luke Charteris to injury for Sunday's Six Nations cl...
Six Nations: Wales have made three changes to their side to face France with Luke Charteris, Rhys Webb and Liam William…
Luke Charteris, Rhys Webb and Liam Williams are all selected as Wales made 3 changes to their Six Nations side to face France
Six Nations preview; Wales v Ireland Wales captain Sam Warburton has held off the challenge of Justin Tipuric and will line-up in his usual openside flanker berth against Ireland on Saturday. Speculation had been rife that Warburton’s position was under-threat and that he may be moved across the back-row to the blinside as a result of Tipuric’s outstanding form and an injury to first choice No.6 Dan Lydiate. But caretaker coach Rob Howley has kept faith with Warburton and Tipuric will start on the bench with Aaron Shingler and Toby Faletau set to pack down at blindside and No.8 respectively. Elsewhere, Dragons lock Andrew Coombs is set to make his Test debut with Wales battling an injury crisis that has sidelined Alun Wyn Jones, Luke Charteris and Bradley Davies. As a result, Coombs will partner Ian Evans in the second row while Adam Jones returns at tight-head prop after missing the autumn whitewash with a knee injury. Dan Biggar gets the nod ahead of James Hook at fly-half with Rhy Priestland also o ...
World Sports News Wales include Pretorius for Six Nations Wales named South Africa-born forward Andries Pretorius in a 35-man squad announced on Tuesday for the 2013 Six Nations. The 27-year-old Cardiff Blues back-rower was one of five uncapped players chosen by head coach Rob Howley for the defence of the grand slam champions' Six Nations title. Pretorius, born in Nelspruit, qualifies on residency for Wales and became available for selection last month. The other uncapped players in the squad were Ospreys wing Eli Walker, Pretorius' fellow Cardiff back-row Josh Navidi and locks James King (Ospreys) and Andrew Coombs (Newport Gwent Dragons). Cardiff flanker Sam Warburton retained the Wales captaincy. Wales are currently without several second rows -- Alun-Wyn Jones, Luke Charteris and Bradley Davies due to injury. Meanwhile outside-half Rhys Priestland and prop Aaron Jarvis are also sidelined ahead of the start of Wales's title defence at home to Ireland on February 2. Former Wales scrum-half Howley was a ...
Luke Charteris out of Six Nations with knee injury
Rugby Union: Charteris faces lay off: Perpignan forward Luke Charteris will miss next year's Six Nations and pos...
Wales lock Luke Charteris will miss the Six Nations and is likely to miss out on next year's Lions tour after suffering a knee injury.
news: Luke Charteris set to miss after suffering knee injury, & unlikely to make Lions squad:
Wales second-row forward Luke Charteris set to miss the Six Nations after suffering a knee injury playing for Perpignan
Wales' Charteris out for season: Wales lock Luke Charteris is out of the Six Nations and likely to miss the Lions...
Welsh lock Luke Charteris was ruled out for the rest of the season on Saturday after rupturing ligaments in his right knee in Perpignan's French Top 14 win over Montpellier.
Luke Charteris returns to Wales Six Nations squad for Italy - via
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