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Rugby Union: Wales in bold bid.

MIKE Ruddock has urged his Wales team to be bold in their RBS Six Nations clash with France in Paris on Saturday.

The Welsh coach has made two changes from the side which crushed Italy 38-9 last time out.

Kevin Morgan is in for his injured Newport colleague Hal Luscombe on the right wing while Neath-Swansea forward Ryan Jones comes in at blindside flanker to replace Jonathan Thomas.

Ruddock said: "Former coach Graham Henry said a couple of years ago that we should be bold in France and he was right."

France have called up full-back Julien Laharrague, wing Aurelien Rougerie, centre Yannick Jauzion and flanker Yannick Nyanga.
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Feb 23, 2005
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