The loss of senior Welsh internationals to clubs in England and France has benefited young players says Wales U20 coach Byron Hayward.
Wales international scrum-half Warren Fury is to remain with Newcastle Falcons after signing a two-year contract.
- Dragons Prydie and Smith sign Dragons deals
- Allen can challenge Roberts - Davies
- Two senior caps in Wales U20 squad
- Williams 'should be Wales fly-half'
- Premiership needs a revamp - Horgan
- Ospreys Ospreys boss frustrated by Dragons
- Scarlets Slow start cost Scarlets - Easterby
- Pro12: NG Dragons 10-20 Ospreys
- Pro12: Blues 17-13 Scarlets
- Wales WRU to appoint woman to board
- Tipuric doubtful for Wales' SA tour
- Ospreys Swansea 'hurt by player development'
- Gloucester Injured Evans faces six months out
- Dragons Players' futures on the line - Jones
- Ospreys Prop Jones' future still unresolved
- Gloucester Knoyle and Puafisi receive bans
- Ospreys Baker in contention for Wales tour
- WRU and regions 'mutually reliant'
- Scarlets Owens hails Rees' return from cancer
- Scarlets Easterby calls for end to dispute
- Ospreys Ospreys keep alive play-off hopes
- Blues Blues sign All Blacks lock Hoeata
- Swalec League results
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