Owen Williams out of Six Nations as Josh Adams braces for French return

EXETER, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 24: Owen Williams of Gloucester Rugby takes on Nic White of Exeter Chiefs during the Gallagher Premiership Rugby match between Exeter Chiefs and Gloucester Rugby at Sandy Park on November 24, 2018 in Exeter, United Kingdom. (Photo by Alex Davidson/Getty Images)

The latest injury news from the Welsh camp is that fly half Owen Williams has been released from the squad having picked up a hamstring injury.

Owen Williams’ unfortunate injury run continues

Owen Williams, who has only just returned to action following around nine months out of action with a knee injury, has been ruled out of the remaining three games of the Guinness Six Nations.

He picked up a hamstring injury during the warm-up ahead of Ireland and will return to his club for rehab.

Owen Williams
Wales warm up in their captain’s run ahead of Italy. Credit @Rreesrugby

Josh Adams set for French return

There’s more positive news on the wing as Josh Adams, who limped off against Ireland following a knock to the hip will return to training later this week.

The top try scorer in Test rugby since the start of last year scored a hat-trick in Wales’ opening game, but went off early in Dublin.

Player release

The news on which players, if any, are released to the regions will be announced later this week.

 

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