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Alun Wyn Jones links up with Wales’ Six Nations camp

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Alun Wyn Jones has joined up with Wales’ Six Nations camp to continue his rehabilitation from a shoulder injury.

Alun Wyn Jones has joined up with Wales’ Six Nations camp to continue his rehabilitation from a shoulder injury.

The Welsh veteran hasn’t played since sustaining a catastrophic injury in Wales’ Autumn Nations Series loss to New Zealand, but Jones is expected to return soon.

Jones dislocated his shoulder against Japan in June, apparently ruling him out of the British and Irish Lions’ tour of South Africa.

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He joined the Lions in South Africa less than three weeks after dislocating his shoulder and captained the team in all three tests against the Springboks.

Alun Wyn Jones links up with Wales.

The 36-year-old sustained another shoulder injury against the All Blacks in October and hasn’t played rugby since, having undergone two surgeries on the affected area.

Jones will join the Welsh national squad for their training camp ahead of their next Six Nations game against France, according to the Welsh Rugby Union, and will complete his rehabilitation while there.

Wales hasn’t said whether Jones will be able to play for his country before the end of this year’s Six Nations, but given his quick recovery from injury last summer, it’s not completely out of the question.

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