The Welsh Rugby Union have announced that players with 60 or more caps will available for international selection regardless of where they play their club rugby. In a move to alter the senior players selection policy (SPSP), commonly known as Gatland’s Law, the confusing ‘wildcard’ system will no longer exist. WRU chief executive Martyn Phillips outlined when the policy will come into action. “I suppose the simplest way I could say it is that whatever contract a player is in today, that is the contract that, in effect, is protected. “When that contract expires, if the player has less than 60 caps and they are playing outside of Wales then they wouldn’t be available for selection.” This change
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