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Six Nations bonus point: Mike Ruddock says changes make tournament better

BBC Local News Wednesday, 30 November 2016 ()
Six Nations bonus point: Mike Ruddock says changes make tournament betterBBC Local News: North West Wales -- Ex-Wales coach Mike Ruddock believes the introduction of bonus points to the Six Nations "enhances the quality" of the competition.
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