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It is understood he had also previously been involved as secretary at the Welsh Youth Rugby Union, which folded in 2003.
I understand that of all the players to pass through the hands of the Welsh Youth Rugby Union, no-one surpassed the skill level, effort and ability of Henson, who now is not considered good enough to command a place in a squad that will most certainly contain inferior players.
One decision that has been made by the WRU is that of disbanding the Welsh Youth Rugby Union.
According to a statement issued by the WRU last night, this follows a decision by the executive committee of the Welsh Youth Rugby Union to wind up that organisation after refusing to sign up to the WRU's National Age-Grade Agreement.
So this comprehensive win underlines the terrific work that the Welsh Youth Rugby Union and coaches Ray Giles and Rob Beale are doing.
Abercraf, founder members of the Welsh Youth Rugby Union in 1949, no longer exist; neither do Ystalyfera, Pontardawe, Cwmllynfell, Cwmtwrch, Glais and Trebanos, a club that produced such top quality players as Robert Jones, Bleddyn Bowen and Arwel Thomas.
Then, after World War II, the Welsh Rugby Union set up the Welsh Youth Rugby Union to "organise the game for youths under 18 years of age who [were] not in secondary, grammar or public schools.
Byline: HUW STHOMAS THE Welsh Youth Rugby Union selectors were pleased with the talent they saw at last weekend's three-day residential course at St Athan and they have named 34 players to prepare for their opening game of the season against the Welsh Schools at Neath on January 30.