Rugby Rugby night headlines when another South African World Cup...

Rugby night headlines when another South African World Cup winner retires, Prince Harry praises Gareth Thomas and Wales Women beat Ireland

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Here are your rugby night headlines for Sunday, November 10.

& # 39; Alfie & # 39; and Prince Harry goes along

Welsh rugby legend Gareth Thomas has been praised as "an excellent role model for anyone living in fear" as he joined with the Duke of Sussex to raise awareness of National HIV Testing Week.

Royal and & # 39; Alfie & # 39; met Friday to join The Terrence Higgins Trust to raise awareness of the national campaign, which runs from November 16-22.

"Gareth is an excellent role model for anyone living in fear, and a great example of both physical and mental strength," King's official Instagram page said later.

You can read the full story here.



Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, with former Wales rugby star Gareth Thomas

Another & # 39; Bok retires

South African loosehead Francois Louw has confirmed his retirement from international rugby and became the second of the Springboks' world cup winning side to call time for their green and gold career.

He came off the bench for Captain Siya Kolisi in the final against England and won 76 caps in total.

He said: "I couldn't have asked for a more fulfilling career with the Springboks and I'm bowing out with a full heart," he said in a media release from South Africa Rugby.

"I've had an amazing journey in international rugby. I've made friends for life in the game and created incredible memories with great people."



Francois Louw from South Africa

Wales Women wins the first win of the fall series

Wales Women have drawn their first win of the fall series this year by beating Ireland 15-13 over the Irish Sea.

A last-minute attempt for Keira Bevan was the culmination of a step up in intensity following the defeat in Spain last week, with Robyn Wilkins adding extras.

Wales track Sale Sharks prop WillGriff John

Wales voters have been monitoring the development in 6ft 2in, the 21st sale sharks prop WillGriff John, according to reports.

Rugby Sales Director Steve Diamond tells The Rugby Paper: “The last couple of games, Welsh voters have been out to see him.

“He was a bit of an unknown when I first signed him. I picked him up from Doncaster and he has done very well.

"He's a massive man and a strong scrimmage, but he's much more than that."

You can read the full story here.



Wales is said to be keeping an eye on Willgriff John

Bad & # 39; enter race & # 39; for Rhys Webb

Bath Rugby are set to enter the fight to sign Wales scrum half Rhys Webb from Toulon, according to reports.

The 30-year-old former Osprey was linked to the West Country big meets Exeter Chiefs last month, with the Sandy Park suit seeing the Wallabies No. 9 White White move back to his homeland to play for the Brumbies next summer.

Now, Rugby Paper reports that Bath looks closely at Webb by 31 times.

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