Fri 9 Sep 2016
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The Ospreys would like to congratulate all teams that have progressed to the Semi-finals of Senior and Youth WRU competitions.
It’s not often that a venue of the calibre of the Principality Stadium gets the chance to host something new, but that’s exactly what the iconic home of Welsh rugby will do on Sunday 2 April.
Justin Tipuric will win his 50th cap as Wales name an unchanged matchday squad to face Ireland at Principality Stadium on Friday (KO 20.05 BBC/S4C).
Tom Habberfield believes the Ospreys are thriving on the challenges presented by their push on two fronts this season, saying the team are in a good place for the final push.
The WRU have released six players back to the Ospreys to prepare for Friday night's Guinness PRO12 away game against Edinburgh.
Ospreys East and West go head to head at Ysgol Bae Baglan on Wednesday night (8pm) and here's the team news ahead of the game.
The Ospreys team to play Glasgow at Liberty Stadium on Sunday 26th February 2017, KO 1.05pm is as follows:
The WRU have confirmed that three Ospreys players will be released back to the region this week ahead of Sunday's Guinness PRO12 clash with Glasgow Warriors at the Liberty Stadium (1.05pm KO).
The Ospreys U16s East and West were both in action on Sunday, with the unbeaten East at home to Blues North and the West heading north to face RGC.
After securing a win against Scarlets West last week, the Ospreys East U16s look to continue their unbeaten campaign when they come up against RGC on Sunday at Llandarcy Academy of Sport.