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Eight Cardiff Blues selected for Wales Women's Six Nations campaign

International | 14th January 2020

Eight Cardiff Blues players have been selected in the Wales squad for the upcoming Women's Six Nations campaign.

The coaching team of Chris Horsman, Gareth Wyatt and Geraint Lewis have named a 34-woman squad, which includes an exciting blend of youth and experience.

Cardiff Blues' Abbie Fleming, Georgia Evans, Megan Webb and Paige Randall have all been given the nod, having made their international debuts during the recent autumn campaign, which saw Wales win three of five games.

Promising back row Manon Johnes retains her spot in the squad, and is joined by regional team-mates Cerys Hale, Robyn Wilkins and the returning Hannah Bluck.

Meanwhile, Cardiff Blues Community Foundation's Disability and Inclusion Officer, Kelsey Jones, who plays for Ospreys, is also amongst the forwards selected.

The side will be captained by Siwan Lillicrap, while prop Ruth Lewis is the only uncapped player named in the squad.

All three of Wales Women's home games will be played at Cardiff Arms Park, and held on Sundays with a lunch-time kick off. Tickets are available to purchase HERE.

Wales Women Six Nations squad 2020: Alisha Butchers, Alex Callender, Gwen Crabb, Georgia Evans, Abbie Fleming, Cerys Hale, Lleucu George, Cara Hope, Natalia John, Manon Johnes, Kelsey Jones, Molly Kelly, Sarah Lawrence, Bethan Lewis, Ruth Lewis, Siwan Lillicrap, Robyn Lock, Gwenllian Pyrs, Keira Bevan, Hannah Bluck, Hannah Jones, Jasmine Joyce, Courtney Keight, Kerin Lake, Caitlin Lewis, Ffion Lewis, Lisa Neumann, Kayleigh Powell, Paige Randall, Lauren Smyth, Elinor Snowsill, Niamh Terry, Megan Webb, Robyn Wilkins

Wales Women Six Nations Fixtures:

Sunday, February 2: Wales v Italy (Cardiff Arms Park, KO 1.00pm)

Sunday, February 9: Ireland v Wales (Donnybrook, KO 1.00pm)

Sunday, February 23: Wales v France (Cardiff Arms Park, KO 12.00pm)

Saturday, March 7: England v Wales (Twickenham Stoop, KO 12.05pm)

Sunday, March 15: Wales v Scotland (Cardiff Arms Park, KO 13.10pm)