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Under 16

Wales first played at junior level in a full international in 2001 when an under 17 side travelled up to Warrington to play a friendly against Scotland and won 84-0. Not a bad start. 

Regraded as under 16s in 2007, they regularly play in challenge matches against nations such as England and France.

Players like Rhodri Lloyd Jack Pring, Chris Davies, Lewis Reece, Ben Flower, Gil Dudson and Elliot Kear to name just a few, started out in the Wales junior sides before winning full caps.

Results

2001

Sunday 7th October - Wales 84 Scotland 0 - at Warrington

2003

Friday 18th April - Wales 0 England 40 - at Penarth

2004

Friday 8th April - Wales 10 England 26 - at Aberavon

2005

Friday 25th March - Wales 6 England 36 - at Pontypridd - report
Thursday 31st March - Wales 8 France 26 - at Abercynon - report
Saturday 13th June - Wales 64 Scotland 4 - at Bridgend

2006

Friday 14th April - Wales 0 England 24 - at Bridgend - report

2007

Friday 6th April - Wales 0 England 46 - at Blackwood - report
Thursday 12th April - Wales 20 France 34 - at Pontyclun - report

2008

Friday 4th April - Wales 6 England 10 - at Bridgend - report

2009

Friday 10th April - Wales 16 England 18 - at Blackwood - report

European Cup, Serbia
Wednesday 19th August - England 44 Wales 0 - report
Friday 21st August - Wales 18 France 54 - report

2010

Friday 9th April - France 54 Wales 4 - report
Monday 12th April - France 14 Wales 10 - report

2011

Friday 22nd April - Wales 18 England 24 - report
Wednesday 24th August - England 18 Wales 6 - report

2012

Wednesday 4th April - England 30 Wales 6 - report

2013

Saturday 6th April - Wales 18 England 22 - report
Friday 30th August - Wales 18 England 25 - report

2014

Saturday 30th August - Wales 18 England 46 at Mountain Ash RFC - Report

2015

Saturday 22nd August - Wales 12 England 52 at Taff's Well RFC - Report

2016

Sunday 24th July - Wales 34 Catalans Dragons 6 - report
Tuesday 3rd August - West Hull 38 Wales 16 - report
Saturday 7th August - Wales 12 North West England 22 - report
Saturday 28th August - Ireland 0 Wales 56 - report

2017

Saturday 2nd September - Wales 18 England 10 - report