Alun Wyn Jones Rugby World Cup news: Wales hand debuts to Carré and Lane as fringe players get final chance

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Alun Wyn Jones Wales hand debuts to Rhys Carré and Owen Lane as Warren Gatland gives fringe players final chance to earn World Cup spot against Ireland

  • Wales face Ireland in World Cup warm-up at Millennium Stadium on Saturday
  • Fringe players have last chance to impress with squad named on Monday 
  • Warren Gatland has named debutants Rhys Carré and Owen Lane in starting XV

By Will Kelleher For Mailonline

Published:12:36 BST, 29 August 2019|Updated:14:47 BST, 29 August 2019

Wales’ World Cup hopefuls will drink in the last-chance saloon against Ireland in Cardiff on Saturday, with fringe players handed a shot to impress.

Warren Gatland – the head coach – announces his final 31-man party for Japan the day after the match, on Sunday.

And having made 14 changes from the side that beat England, with only flanker James Davies keeping his place, he has set up a squad showdown.

Warren Gatland has handed several fringe players a chance for Wales against Ireland

There are debuts for prop Rhys Carré and wing Owen Lane, both 21, and Jarrod Evans will start at fly-half winning his third cap, with Rhys Patchell his reserve on the bench.


WALES:15. Hallam Amos (Cardiff Blues) 14. Owen Lane (Card

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