Wales flanker Dan Lydiate could make an appearance in the Six Nations, club coach Darren Edwards said after the Dragons forward underwent successful surgery on a broken ankle.
Wales' Dan Lydiate (right) plays for Wales in a Six Nations International rugby union match against Scotland in Cardiff, in February 2012. Lydiate could make an appearance in the next Six Nations, club coach Darren Edwards said after he underwent successful surgery on a broken ankle.
The 24-year-old Lydiate, the player of the tournament when Wales won the Six Nations Grand Slam last season, sustained the injury when playing for Newport Gwent Dragons against Edinburgh in the Celtic League last weekend.
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