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Sheedy on bench for Wales' Six Nations opener

Callum Sheedy has been named among the replacements for Wales' Six Nations opener against Ireland in Cardiff on Sunday (February 7th, 3pm KO, BBC & S4C).

The Bears fly half, who made his international debut during the Autumn Nations Cup, is set to win his fifth cap this weekend.

“We are looking forward to kicking off our campaign this weekend and putting into action two really good training weeks,” said Wales head coach Wayne Pivac.

“We made strides forward through the autumn and we are looking to take that into Sunday and into this tournament.

“The Six Nations is a fantastic tournament and is important for us rugby wise but it is important for so much more this year.

“It is important for communities across the country and we want to play our part and give everyone something to look forward to and to get excited about on the weekend.”


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