Warren Gatland & Owen Williams

Warren David Gatland (born 17 September 1963) is a former New Zealand rugby footballer and the current head coach of the Wales national team. Sir Evan Owen Williams (20 March 1890 – 23 May 1969) was a British engineer and architect, known for his Daily Express Building, Manchester in Manchester and Boots D10 Building in Nottingham. 5.0/5

Warren Gatland Owen Williams Jonathan Davies Ashley Beck George North James Hook Rhodri Jones Luke Charteris Justin Tipuric Hallam Amos Rob Williams Millennium Stadium Six Nations Leigh Halfpenny London Wasps Rugby News Jamie Roberts

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Tries by centres Owen Williams and Ashley Beck gave Wales an uninspiring win over gutsy, hard-grafting Tonga at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium. All the scores came in the first 34 minutes as Williams broke clear and Beck defied the touchline, while Leigh Halfpenny kicked seven points. London Wasps wing Will Helu struck back with a memorable Tongan try, converted by Latiume Fosita. But the second period was defence-dominated, dour and scoreless. Wales boss Warren Gatland, marking his 100th Test as a coach, will not baulk at extending their record against Tonga to seven wins, after a 2012 autumn defeat by Samoa and 2010 draw with Fiji.
Rugby News: The Welsh tradition of picking medics in their rugby team will continue on Friday when the 19-year-old Hallam Amos follows the likes of JPR Williams and, more recently, Jamie Roberts by making his debut against Tonga. Amos is studying at Roberts' old hospital in Cardiff and can play at centre as well as full-back. But he gets his first cap on the wing alongside two of Warren Gatland's Lions from the summer in a team showing 11 changes and more than a whiff of experimentation after Saturday's victory over Argentina. Only Leigh Halfpenny and George North – Amos's back-three partners – the prop Rhodri Jones and flanker Justin Tipuric survive from that starting XV. James Hook gets his first start in two years – and in his favourite position of fly-half – with Ashley Beck and Owen Williams filling the holes left at centre by injury, and Luke Charteris is named at lock for the first time since his right knee was reconstructed. Charteris, one of the standouts in Wales' successful 2011 World C ...
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