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The Welsh Rugby Teams base is being transformed into a Field Hospital to help deal with Coronavirus #PositiveCoronavirusNews

Pictures show dramatic transformation of Welsh rugby team’s base into field hospital

Work on the WRU’s National Centre of Excellence started just a few days ago

BY BEN JAMES

(Image: Princess of Wales Hospital)

These are the pictures that show how the Welsh rugby team’s base is rapidly being transformed into a field hospital to deal with the coronavirus outbreak.

Work started on turning the Welsh rugby team’s inside training pitches a few days ago.

The makeshift hospital at the Vale Resort will provide 290 additional beds as the numbers of people with COVID19 increases.

Speaking about the makeshift field hospital, Dr Sharon Hopkins, CEO for Cwm Taf Morgannwg UHB, said: “We are very grateful to everyone who has supported the response to the challenge of COVID19. The response continues to be amazing.

“The WRU and Leekes have kindly let us use their facilities, which is greatly welcomed as rapid work takes place to increase available staff, beds and equipment. The support of the military and local authorities is just so vital in transforming the spaces and making the changes happen.

“The field hospitals will be vitally important in providing care to patients and communities in the coming weeks and months. It is an inspiring example of organisations working collaboratively to provide urgent new environments to respond to COVID19.

“As this work progresses, some patients will receive their care in a different location to their usual hospital to reduce the level of risk of exposure to COVID19. We remain very grateful to our patients and wider community for their support and understanding at this time.”

Stephen Leeke, Managing Director of the Vale Resort, said: “As a proud Welsh family business, and key player in the local community, we are really keen to step up to the plate and do what we can to assist Cwm Taf Morgannwg UHB in providing additional capacity during this time of national crisis.

“This has included working with the WRU to allow 290 additional beds to be set up our indoor training arena.

The huge Principality Stadium event still scheduled to go ahead next month despite the venue being turned into a hospital

“Everybody – from businesses to individuals – has a responsibility to play their part in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic, and to support the NHS, who is doing an incredible job under enormous pressure and extremely difficult circumstances.”

Martyn Phillips, WRU Group CEO, said: “We’ve worked with Leekes in partnership for many years at the National Centre of Excellence. We’re more than happy for the facilities there to be used by the Health Board at this challenging time and to support the wider communities of Wales.”

Last week, the WRU have also made the Principality Stadium available to be turned into a 2,000-bed field hospital – with work currently ongoing to complete that transformation.

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The Welsh Rugby Teams base is being transformed into a Field Hospital to help deal with Coronavirus #PositiveCoronavirusNews

Pictures show dramatic transformation of Welsh rugby team’s base into field hospital

Work on the WRU’s National Centre of Excellence started just a few days ago

BY BEN JAMES

(Image: Princess of Wales Hospital)

These are the pictures that show how the Welsh rugby team’s base is rapidly being transformed into a field hospital to deal with the coronavirus outbreak.

Work started on turning the Welsh rugby team’s inside training pitches a few days ago.

The makeshift hospital at the Vale Resort will provide 290 additional beds as the numbers of people with COVID19 increases.

Speaking about the makeshift field hospital, Dr Sharon Hopkins, CEO for Cwm Taf Morgannwg UHB, said: “We are very grateful to everyone who has supported the response to the challenge of COVID19. The response continues to be amazing.

“The WRU and Leekes have kindly let us use their facilities, which is greatly welcomed as rapid work takes place to increase available staff, beds and equipment. The support of the military and local authorities is just so vital in transforming the spaces and making the changes happen.

“The field hospitals will be vitally important in providing care to patients and communities in the coming weeks and months. It is an inspiring example of organisations working collaboratively to provide urgent new environments to respond to COVID19.

“As this work progresses, some patients will receive their care in a different location to their usual hospital to reduce the level of risk of exposure to COVID19. We remain very grateful to our patients and wider community for their support and understanding at this time.”

Stephen Leeke, Managing Director of the Vale Resort, said: “As a proud Welsh family business, and key player in the local community, we are really keen to step up to the plate and do what we can to assist Cwm Taf Morgannwg UHB in providing additional capacity during this time of national crisis.

“This has included working with the WRU to allow 290 additional beds to be set up our indoor training arena.

The huge Principality Stadium event still scheduled to go ahead next month despite the venue being turned into a hospital

“Everybody – from businesses to individuals – has a responsibility to play their part in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic, and to support the NHS, who is doing an incredible job under enormous pressure and extremely difficult circumstances.”

Martyn Phillips, WRU Group CEO, said: “We’ve worked with Leekes in partnership for many years at the National Centre of Excellence. We’re more than happy for the facilities there to be used by the Health Board at this challenging time and to support the wider communities of Wales.”

Last week, the WRU have also made the Principality Stadium available to be turned into a 2,000-bed field hospital – with work currently ongoing to complete that transformation.

Business and Sports News from Mike Armstrong – See http://mikearmstrong.me

Full WRU Match Report from England v Wales…

Battling Wales ensured they picked up a losing bonus-point at Twickenham as they closed to within three points at the end of another epic battle against the auld enemy.

England led 20-9 at the break, but were hit by a try from the kick-off at the start of the second half as Wayne Pivac’s men got their fight-back off to an explosive start. Justin Tipuric scored twice after the break, the second try coming when England were down to 13 men.

Having lost replacement prop Ellis Genge to a yellow card, they lost centre Manu Tuilagi to a straight red for a shoulder to the head in a last ditch tackle to try to stop the Wales wing. Even so, they hung on to clinch the Triple Crown for the 25th time.

In a rip-roaring start Dan Biggar was smashed early on by a combination of Tom Curry and Tuilagi as England set out their stall. They continued to be dominant in the tackle and took the lead from a neat line-out move through returning wing Anthony Watson.

Maro Itoje won set-piece possession, Jamie George found Ben Youngs, and the scrum-half passed inside to Watson. The Bath man danced past Tomos Williams and reached the line to score a try that Owen Farrell converted.

Liam Williams and Elliot Daly then competed for a Biggar cross-kick as Wales looked for a response and George North crossed the line only to see the ball spilled in contact. England’s Jonny May, meanwhile, left the field for a head injury assessment to be replaced by Henry Slade.

When North went over the line, Farrell was penalised for a shove and Halfpenny stepped up to kick the penalty. Farrell responded with an England penalty after Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones was penalised for not rolling away at a ruck.

Halfpenny – kicking ahead of Biggar initially – cancelled out the home captain’s effort soon after. The game was dominated by a kicking battle. It was fast, frenetic and brutal.

After his team won a scrum penalty Farrell kicked to the corner rather than at goal and England went on the attack. The move ended with Farrell and George Ford sending Daly over in the corner for England’s second try.

Farrell nailed the touchline conversion to give the hosts a 17-6 lead. His conversion was followed by a penalty after Wales flanker Ross Moriarty was penalised for collapsing England’s driving maul.

Biggar then stood up from the tee on the half-time whistle and his first kick of the afternoon meant Pivac’s side turned around for the second period 11 points down.

They needed a fast start to the second half and they got exactly that. England kicked off deep to the Wales 22, Wales broke clear up the right touchline through the sensational Josh Navidi.

The flanker passed inside to Tomos Williams and he then went inside once more to Tipuric. The Opsreys’ flanker had 30 metres to go, but nobody was going to stop him from scoring a try at the posts that Biggar improved.

England restored their poise and advantage with successive penalties from Farrell and Ford and then conjured up a walk-in try for Tuilagi that Farrell converted. That stretched their lead to 17 points and put them firmly back on course for the Triple Crown.

Wales were up against it in the final quarter, but knuckled down and emerged with great credit as they cut the gap to a mere three points with tries from Biggar and Tipuric.  Biggar converted them both, but Wales ran out of time at the end and had to be content with taking home a single point.

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Pivac springs surprises in first Wales squad selection

Pivac springs surprises in first Wales squad selection

Pivac springs surprises in first Wales squad selection
— Read on cardiffbluesblog.com/2019/11/19/pivac-springs-surprises-in-first-wales-squad-selection/

https://welshsportsnewsblog.wordpress.com/2019/11/19/pivac-springs-surprises-in-first-wales-squad-selection/

Welsh Rugby Social Media Stats & Talking Point From the Rugby World Cup…

Proof That Wales Are a Nation of Patriots, How Did You React to the 2019 Rugby World Cup?

 

Liberty Marketing, a Cardiff digital marketing agency, kept a closer eye than most on this year’s Rugby World Cup, pulling data and statistics to share how ‘Wales Reacts’ game-by-game.

 

After what has been a rollercoaster ride to the semi-final of the Rugby World Cup, a patriotic Welsh nation didn’t falter.

 

(No.1)

 

The four pool matches were tough, especially the nail-biting game against Fiji.

 

(No.2)

 

And who could forget the giant collision between Dan Biggar and Liam Williams.

(No.3)

 

Then, there was Hallam Amos’ bad, BAD game v Uruguay, with three frighteningly bad handling errors. You know they’re rookie mistakes when even the ref has a giggle.

 

And although there was a lot of talk online of his missed hattrick, it seems our great nation were more interested in Leigh Halfpenny’s return to our screens.

(No.4)

 

Wales then faced another nail-bitingly close match against France, where Aaron Wainwright took a blow to his chin by a giant Vahaamahina.

 

And Dan Biggar takes another smash.

https://www.gettyimages.co.uk/detail/news-photo/dan-biggar-of-wales-is-seen-to-by-medical-staff-after-an-news-photo/1176545100

(No.5)

 

This is all before we’ve even touched upon the Welsh injuries.

 

Gareth Anscombe, Cory Hill, and Adam Beard all missed the tournament due to various pre-Rugby World Cup injuries. Josh Navidi suffered a hamstring injury against France, missing the semi-final match, and Liam Williams who suffered an ankle injury during training.

 

George North was injured during the semi-final match, along with teammate Tomas Francis who was feared to have dislocated his shoulder.

 

Jonathan Davies and Hadleigh Parkes were also carrying injuries, and there were concerns for Dan Biggar after taking so many hits.

 

(No.6)

 

But our proud country stood together, as patriotic as ever… Especially Carol Vorderman.

And were all crushed when it came to a bitter end Sunday morning.

We blamed the ref.

(No.7)

 

Enjoyed the rivalry.

(no.8)

 

And really felt the bois’ heartache.

(No.9)

 

Our patriotic nation stood together throughout, and although we won’t be bringing the Webb Ellis Cup home this Rugby World Cup, we’re still incredibly proud of the team.

 

Liberty Marketing recorded over 300,000 conversations using the official hashtag for each match over Wales’ entire tournament.

 

See how ‘Wales Reacted’ game-by-game throughout the Rugby World Cup for a sense of accomplishment, a tug at the heartstrings or for a simple giggle!

 

Can you guess who was Wales’ favourite player for majority of the games…?

https://welshsportsnewsblog.wordpress.com/2019/11/06/welsh-rugby-social-media-stats-talking-point-from-the-rugby-world-cup/

The legacy of Gatland

The legacy of Gatland

The legacy of Gatland
— Read on cardiffbluesblog.com/2019/11/05/the-legacy-of-gatland/

https://welshsportsnewsblog.wordpress.com/2019/11/05/the-legacy-of-gatland/

Warren Gatland’s daughter writes a moving message to the people of Wales – Welsh Sports News

Warren Gatland’s daughter has written a moving message to Wales fans, calling them the “most kind, welcoming and passionate people” her family have ever come across.

Gabby Gatland spoke about how Wales will always have a special place in her family’s heart following Wales’ exit from the Rugby World Cup.

Although Warren Gatland’s reign as Wales coach ended in defeat as New Zealand ran in six tries in the World Cup bronze medal match in Tokyo, his 12 years as head coach have transformed the fortunes of our national side.
— Read more on www.walesonline.co.uk/sport/rugby/warren-gatland-daughter-gabby-wales-17189136.amp

https://welshsportsnewsblog.wordpress.com/2019/11/03/warren-gatlands-daughter-writes-a-moving-message-to-the-people-of-wales-welsh-sports-news/

Rugby-New Zealand take third place with six-try win over Wales

Rugby-New Zealand take third place with six-try win over Wales

Rugby-New Zealand take third place with six-try win over Wales
— Read on nationalpost.com/pmn/sports-pmn/rugby-new-zealand-take-third-place-with-six-try-win-over-wales-2

https://welshsportsnewsblog.wordpress.com/2019/11/01/rugby-new-zealand-take-third-place-with-six-try-win-over-wales/

Gatland made Wales a proper Test side but Warrenball is so hard to love – Wales Online

The third/fourth place play-off match at the World Cup is a game that applies salt into the wound of losing a semi-final.

Wales made nine changes for today’s clash with New Zealand. Injuries and fatigue lie behind most of the changes in what has been a draining World Cup run.
— Read more on www.walesonline.co.uk/sport/rugby/rugby-news/gatland-made-wales-proper-test-17179727.amp

https://welshsportsnewsblog.wordpress.com/2019/11/01/gatland-made-wales-a-proper-test-side-but-warrenball-is-so-hard-to-love-wales-online/

Warren Gatland: Wales’ greatest coach, a ‘scientist, crooner and rugby god’ – BBC Sport

Blink and you might miss it. Shows of emotion from Warren Gatland are a rarity.

His public persona mirrors the style of rugby which has made him one of the world’s most respected coaches: pragmatic, methodical, occasionally blunt.

But at the end of some matches, you might see Gatland on the pitch with his arms outstretched, searching for someone in the crowd.

He is looking for his wife, Trudi, and his children, Gabby and Bryn.

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“He does this thing out on the field when he can see us out in the crowd, he puts his arms out and it means ‘big much’ which means as much as you can love anyone,” Trudi says.

“He does have that persona and part of his job is to take it very seriously.

“But he’s quite a different character actually. He’s got a great sense of humour and he likes to have a laugh, especially with the children.

“He’s a bit quirky, he loves to sing. He doesn’t sing very well but he loves to sing. His go-to song, if he’s made to sing on the team bus or whatever, is ‘Durham Town’ by Roger Whittaker. But he won’t do karaoke!”

Trudi, Gabby and Bryn can expect a particularly big air hug in Tokyo on Friday when Wales face New Zealand in the World Cup bronze medal match.

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Image caption Wales coach Warren Gatland and New Zealand coach Steve Hansen will both end their tenures after Friday’s third place play-off
This will be Gatland’s final match in charge of Wales, bringing to a close the most successful coaching tenure in the country’s history, his 12 years yielding four Six Nations titles – including three Grand Slams – and a first stint as the world’s number one-ranked side.

Gatland has also led Wales to two World Cup semi-finals, though how dearly he wishes his last game could have been a final against England – even if Friday’s encounter pits him against his native New Zealand and gives him the opportunity to sign off with a first Welsh win over the All Blacks for 66 years.

With the pain of a 19-16 semi-final loss to South Africa still raw, Gatland is bound to be contending with a heady cocktail of emotions this week.

Beyond the steely veneer, even he will feel moved.

“The emotions will be there for his last game,” Trudi says.

“When you see him in the stands and the camera’s on him and he’s very much the same whether they’ve scored points or had a yellow card, it’s all going on inside. We usually have a joke with him about how he’s smiling on the inside.

“He’s really good at knowing when you can be emotional and when you need to be tough on people, rile them up or trust they know how to do the job.

“He’s usually pretty even – the players talk about the confidence he gives them – but there is a bit of emotion there.”

— Read more on www.bbc.co.uk/sport/amp/rugby-union/50245173

https://welshsportsnewsblog.wordpress.com/2019/11/01/warren-gatland-wales-greatest-coach-a-scientist-crooner-and-rugby-god-bbc-sport/

Alun Wyn Jones speaks about his Wales future as the era that defined him comes to an end – Wales Online

Alun Wyn Jones speaks about his Wales future as the era that defined him comes to an end – Wales Online
— Read on www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.walesonline.co.uk/sport/rugby/rugby-news/the-show-must-go-on-17180347.amp

https://welshsportsnewsblog.wordpress.com/2019/11/01/alun-wyn-jones-speaks-about-his-wales-future-as-the-era-that-defined-him-comes-to-an-end-wales-online/

Injury-hit squad for Warren gatland’s final game as Wales head coach

Injury-hit squad for Warren gatland’s final game as Wales head coach

Injury-hit squad for Warren gatland’s final game as Wales head coach
— Read on cardiffbluesblog.com/2019/10/30/injury-hit-squad-for-warren-gatlands-final-game-as-wales-head-coach/

https://welshsportsnewsblog.wordpress.com/2019/10/30/injury-hit-squad-for-warren-gatlands-final-game-as-wales-head-coach/

Wales to turn ‘disappointment into fire’ as Gatland signs off against All Blacks

Wales to turn ‘disappointment into fire’ as Gatland signs off against All Blacks

https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2019/oct/29/wales-gatland-new-zealand-all-blacks-rugby-world-cup-bronze-playoff
— Read on www.theguardian.com/sport/2019/oct/29/wales-gatland-new-zealand-all-blacks-rugby-world-cup-bronze-playoff

https://welshsportsnewsblog.wordpress.com/2019/10/29/wales-to-turn-disappointment-into-fire-as-gatland-signs-off-against-all-blacks/

Hate to be proved right – Why do some scrum half’s consistently give the ball away to the opposition???

Hate to be proved right about this, but in my opinion kicking the ball away too often, I believe was Wales’ downfall in the Rugby World Cup!

You spend ages perfecting a line out and a scrum in order to win the ball and play some rugby and then simply kick it back to the opposition, What’s the point! I understand kicking in defence and for Territory, but just giving the ball away in the middle of the park seems completely pointless to me. Especially when you have fantastic World Class backs like Hadleigh Park, Jonathon Davies, George North and Josh Adams who are hardly getting their hands on the ball.

I feel that this loss was a result of poor tactics and a poor performance rather than being beaten by a better side, which is hurting for all of Wales’ and most be even more so for the players who had there best chance of a final place or even better!

We would have been beaten by more had it not been for South Africa kicking the ball straight back to us (even when there wasn’t much time on the clock), the donuts!

Two poor teams, kicking the ball away and if they persist with the same tactic against England, they will get stuffed (and deservedly so)!

See earlier article for more on way I think this tactic needs to be ended.

Why do some scrum half’s consistently give the ball away to the opposition???

https://welshsportsnewsblog.wordpress.com/2019/09/30/why-do-some-scrum-halfs-consistently-give-the-ball-away-to-the-opposition/
— Read on welshsportsnewsblog.wordpress.com/2019/09/30/why-do-some-scrum-halfs-consistently-give-the-ball-away-to-the-opposition/

https://welshsportsnewsblog.wordpress.com/2019/10/28/hate-to-be-proved-right-why-do-some-scrum-halfs-consistently-give-the-ball-away-to-the-opposition/

RWC SF 2: RSA vs. WAL

RWC SF 2: RSA vs. WAL

RWC SF 2: RSA vs. WAL


— Read on thereveree.com/2019/10/27/rwc-sf-2-rsa-vs-wal/

https://welshsportsnewsblog.wordpress.com/2019/10/27/rwc-sf-2-rsa-vs-wal/

Heartbreak for Wales as World Cup dream ends

Heartbreak for Wales as World Cup dream ends

Heartbreak for Wales as World Cup dream ends


— Read on nation.cymru/news/heartbreak-for-wales-as-world-cup-dream-ends/

https://welshsportsnewsblog.wordpress.com/2019/10/27/heartbreak-for-wales-as-world-cup-dream-ends/

What is Warren Gatland’s next job and why is he leaving Wales after Rugby World Cup?

What is Warren Gatland’s next job and why is he leaving Wales after Rugby World Cup?

https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/10221382/warren-gatland-next-job-wales-rugby-world-cup-replacement/
— Read on www.thesun.co.uk/sport/10221382/warren-gatland-next-job-wales-rugby-world-cup-replacement/

https://welshsportsnewsblog.wordpress.com/2019/10/27/what-is-warren-gatlands-next-job-and-why-is-he-leaving-wales-after-rugby-world-cup/

Wales vs South Africa FREE: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time and team news for Rugby World Cup semi-final

Wales vs South Africa FREE: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time and team news for Rugby World Cup semi-final

https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/rugbyunion/10214044/wales-vs-south-africa-free-live-stream-tv-channel-kick-off-time-team-news-rugby-world-cup-semi-final/
— Read on www.thesun.co.uk/sport/rugbyunion/10214044/wales-vs-south-africa-free-live-stream-tv-channel-kick-off-time-team-news-rugby-world-cup-semi-final/

https://welshsportsnewsblog.wordpress.com/2019/10/25/wales-vs-south-africa-free-live-stream-tv-channel-kick-off-time-and-team-news-for-rugby-world-cup-semi-final/

Wales vs South Africa: Caps, scrum weight, tries and history – Welsh edge scrum but firing Springboks are a try machine

Wales vs South Africa: Caps, scrum weight, tries and history – Welsh edge scrum but firing Springboks are a try machine

https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/sport/rugby-union/4879323/wales-vs-south-africa-caps-scrum-weight-tries-and-history-welsh-edge-scrum-but-firing-springboks-are-a-try-machine/
— Read on www.thescottishsun.co.uk/sport/rugby-union/4879323/wales-vs-south-africa-caps-scrum-weight-tries-and-history-welsh-edge-scrum-but-firing-springboks-are-a-try-machine/

https://welshsportsnewsblog.wordpress.com/2019/10/25/wales-vs-south-africa-caps-scrum-weight-tries-and-history-welsh-edge-scrum-but-firing-springboks-are-a-try-machine/

2019 Rugby World Cup Semifinal: Wales vs South Africa

2019 Rugby World Cup Semifinal: Wales vs South Africa

2019 Rugby World Cup Semifinal: Wales vs South Africa


— Read on djcoilrugby.com/2019/10/25/2019-rugby-world-cup-semifinal-wales-vs-south-africa/

https://welshsportsnewsblog.wordpress.com/2019/10/25/2019-rugby-world-cup-semifinal-wales-vs-south-africa/

Gareth Thomas slams Sebastien Vahaamahina over ‘intentional act of violence’ for red card

Gareth Thomas slams Sebastien Vahaamahina over ‘intentional act of violence’ for red card

Gareth Thomas slams Sebastien Vahaamahina over ‘intentional act of violence’ for red card


— Read on metro.co.uk/2019/10/20/gareth-thomas-slams-sebastien-vahaamahina-over-intentional-act-of-violence-for-red-card-10950195/

https://welshsportsnewsblog.wordpress.com/2019/10/20/gareth-thomas-slams-sebastien-vahaamahina-over-intentional-act-of-violence-for-red-card/

Sebastien Vahaamahina red card gives Wales dramatic win over France

Sebastien Vahaamahina red card gives Wales dramatic win over France

Sebastien Vahaamahina red card gives Wales dramatic win over France


— Read on metro.co.uk/2019/10/20/sebastien-vahaamahina-red-card-gives-wales-dramatic-win-over-france-10950032/

https://welshsportsnewsblog.wordpress.com/2019/10/20/sebastien-vahaamahina-red-card-gives-wales-dramatic-win-over-france/

Controversial Moriarty try leads Wales into World Cup semi-finals

Controversial Moriarty try leads Wales into World Cup semi-finals

https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/10174503/wales-20-france-19-rugby-world-cup-japan/
— Read on www.thesun.co.uk/sport/10174503/wales-20-france-19-rugby-world-cup-japan/

https://welshsportsnewsblog.wordpress.com/2019/10/20/controversial-moriarty-try-leads-wales-into-world-cup-semi-finals/

Furious Wales caught up in World Cup row after Eddie Jones consultancy revelation – Wales Online

Wales have been left furious with Japanese rugby team Suntory Sungoliath after their relationship with England boss Eddie Jones was revealed.

Wales flung open their doors for coaches from Sungoliath on two separate occasions last season, including a week during the successful Six Nations campaign.

Coaches from the Japanese outfit spent a week embedded in the camp, observing different coaching techniques and will have been privy to tactical details Wales were using to prepare for games.

— Read more on www.walesonline.co.uk/sport/rugby/rugby-news/furious-wales-caught-up-world-16543179

https://welshsportsnewsblog.wordpress.com/2019/10/19/furious-wales-caught-up-in-world-cup-row-after-eddie-jones-consultancy-revelation-wales-online/