Alun Wyn Jones Rugby: Fatherhood helped me become a better captain, says Alun Wyn Jones

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LONDON: Alun Wyn Jones’s outstanding captaincy of Wales seen to such dramatic effect in last season’s Six Nations Grand Slam triumph has been helped no end by being a father, he told The Daily Telegraph.

The second row forward – who will become Wales’s most capped player with 126 caps if he faces England at Twickenham on Sunday – is the father of two daughters, Mali, 4, and one-year-old Efa.

Jones, who will be 34 by the time Wales begin their World Cup campaign against Georgia on September 23 in Japan, said prior to having children with his wife, university lecturer Anew, he did not have much thought for his team-mates.

“When I was a young professional, I was quite selfish an

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