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Liam Williams Wales scrum-half Rhys Webb is available for Six Nations after being granted special dispensation from to break Welsh Rugby Union’s rule
- Rhys Webb will be able to take part in the Six Nations for Wales in February
- The scrum-half would have been blocked due to a WRU rule on playing abroad
- Welshmen with less than 60 caps and play for foreign clubs can’t play for Wales
- However, Toulon have released Webb and and WRU have made an exception
By Will Kelleher For Mailonline
Rhys Webb will be immediately eligible to play for Wales in the Six Nations despite the fact he is yet to return from France after special dispensation was granted to make him available.
The 31-year-old scrum-half has been captured by the Welsh Rugby Union’s (WRU) policy not to pick players who ply their trade overseas and have fewer than 60 caps.
When Webb moved to Toulon in 2018 he became a high-profile casualty of the edict.
He only has 31 caps to date but is returning to the Ospreys next season after his French club released him from the final year of his contract as Webb was missing home and his family.
Wales scrum-half Rhys
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