Kieran Hardy: Wales scrum-half ruled out of Six Nations

Kieran Hardy scored one try for Wales before leaving the field against England

Conference location: Olympic Stadium, Rome Date: Saturday March 13th Kicking off: 14:15 GMT
Cover: Live BBC Radio Wales, BBC Radio Cymru, BBC Sounds, BBC Sports website and app, S4C

Wales scrum half Kieran Hardy was banned from the rest of the Six Nations after injuring an Achilles tendon in the Triple Crown win against England.

Hardy scored one try before limping off in the second half of the 40:24 win at Principality Stadium.

Scarlet’s scrum half Gareth Davies came as a substitute nine against England.

And Wales are hoping Cardiff Blues’ Tomos Williams will be fit again after suffering a thigh injury in their opening win over Ireland.

Lloyd Williams was named to the squad as cover for namesake and Cardiff Blues colleague Tomos.

Wales won the Triple Crown with a win over England and can win the Grand Slam by beating Italy in Rome on March 13 and France seven days later in Paris.

Kite rower Aaron Wainwright and Ospreys center Owen Watkin were released from Wales to play for the regional teams in the Pro14 derby on Saturday night.


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