Wales’ controversial selection policy to be reviewed

Wales’ controversial 60-cap rule is to be reviewed after the World Cup, with regional appearances potentially set to be factored into the equation.

But the WRU’s top man insists the selection policy has been a success overall.

Under the rule, which replaced Gatland’s Law in October 2017, players who now move to clubs outside of Wales can only be picked for the national side if they have won 60 caps or if they are uncapped.

It’s a policy which has deeply divided opinion, with scrum-half Rhys Webb being the main casualty.

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