Rhys Carre Dropped from Wales Rugby World Cup Squad for Failing Performance Targets

…By Alan Peterson for TDPel Media. Rhys Carre, the Cardiff prop, has been released from Wales’ extended Rugby World Cup training squad due to his failure to meet individual performance targets.


The Welsh Rugby Union has stated that Carre did not meet the expectations set by the coaching team, leading to his exclusion from the squad.

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Replacement Options for Carre’s Absence

With Carre no longer part of the squad, Wales coach Warren Gatland has several options to consider.

Ospreys pair Nicky Smith and Gareth Thomas, uncapped Cardiff prop Corey Domachowski, and Scarlets youngster Kemsley Mathias are among the alternatives available.

Failure to Meet Performance Targets After Six Nations

The Welsh Rugby Union issued a statement explaining the decision: “Following ongoing discussions between the player and the Wales coaching team, Carre has failed to meet individual performance targets set at the end of the 2023 Guinness Six Nations.”


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