Justin Tipuric has hailed Warren Gatland as a coach who “knows how to win” after Wales were crowned Six Nations Grand Slam champions.
Wales will arrive at the World Cup later this year as Six Nations Grand Slam champions after completing the third tournament clean sweep of head coach Warren Gatland’s reign.
Wales boss Warren Gatland hailed players who “will run through a brick wall for you” after they demolished Ireland 25-7 to be crowned Six Nations Grand Slam champions.
Messages of congratulations began to pour in as Wales completed the Six Nations Grand Slam with a 25-7 victory over Ireland in Cardiff.
Former Wales captain Sam Warburton hailed the “phenomenal effort” from Warren Gatland’s side as they beat Ireland in Cardiff to win the Grand Slam.
Warren Gatland became the first coach to win three Six Nations Grand Slams after Wales finished the job by beating Ireland 25-7 on Saturday.
Wales were crowned Six Nations Grand Slam champions as they demolished Ireland 25-7 in Cardiff to claim European rugby’s glittering double prize.
Adam Beard was just 10-years-old when Alun Wyn Jones made his Wales debut in the South American rugby outpost of Puerto Madryn.
Gareth Anscombe says that Warren Gatland has “got to go down as Wales’ best coach” ahead of Saturday’s Six Nations clash against Ireland.
Second rower James Ryan has warned Ireland that fear over their future will not distract Grand Slam-chasing Wales two weeks in a row.
Hadleigh Parkes is ready for a “very exciting” and “pretty emotional” occasion when Wales go for Six Nations title and Grand Slam glory next weekend.
Warren Gatland admitted Wales took their eye off the ball against Scotland as they were made to survive a Murrayfield scare to keep their Grand Slam charge on track.
Wales take on Scotland at Murrayfield on Saturday, needing victory to remain on course for this season’s Guinness Six Nations title and a Grand Slam.