The Welsh national rugby team, known as the Dragon XV, suffered a heavy defeat against the French national team, which bounced back to the winning track after an unexpected draw (13-13) against Italy.

The French team displayed dominance and regained their form, securing a convincing 45-24 victory over Wales on Sunday. This victory puts France back in contention for a strong finish in the tournament. As for Wales, they find themselves in a challenging position, as they will need to fight hard in the final match to avoid finishing at the bottom of the table, commonly referred to as the “wooden spoon.” Despite their efforts, Wales was unable to match the intensity and precision of the French side, resulting in a significant defeat. This outcome underscores the competitive nature of international rugby and the importance of consistent performance throughout the tournament.

15- Cameron Winnett, 14- Josh Adams, 13- Joe Roberts, 12- Owen Watkin, 11- Rio Dyer, 10- Sam Costelow, 9- Tomos Williams, 8- Aaron Wainwright, 7- Tommy Reffell, 6- Dafydd Jenkins (C), 5- Adam Beard, 4- Will Rowlands, 3- Keiron Assiratti, 2- Ryan Elias, 1- Gareth Thomas.

15- Léo Barré, 14- Damian Penaud, 13- Gaël Fickou, 12- Nicolas Depoortère, 11- Louis Bielle-Biarrey, 10- Thomas Ramos, 9- Nolann Le Garrec, 8- Grégory Alldritt (C), 7- Charles Ollivon, 6- François Cros, 5- Emmanuel Meafou, 4- Thibaud Flament, 3- Uini Atonio, 2- Julien Marchand, 1- Cyril Baille

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