Shane Lewis Hughes (left) during a training session with Welsh support James Davis
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Shane Lewis-Hughes’ Cardiff Blues will make his international debut Saturday as he makes his debut in the postponed Six Nations final against Scotland.
Lewis Hughes, 23, was not named after the original 38-strong team.
Liam Williams returns to replace George North’s wing, while the support of Thomas Francis and Will Rawlance Castle is included.
Captain Alun Vin Jones will break the world record at his 149th international tournament.
Welsh head coach Wayne Peewack made six changes to the team that lost 38-21 times to France on Saturday.
Lewis Hughes has been brought in to cover the candidates with back problems, Ross Moriarty and Josh Navidi, who are unavailable.
Navidi didn’t play this season after a concussion in practice, while Moriarty had to start in Paris before he would damage his ankle.
Aaron Wainright, Justin Tipurick and Taulupe Faletau form the last row in Paris.
Tipuric and Faletau keep their starting positions, but Wainwright is not in the team and James Davis stays on the bench as captain of the back row.
Lewis-Hewes has played for the Cardiff Blues 36 times since his debut in the 2016-17 season.
Shane is a young man who we think has a great future in this game, said Beerwake.
He probably arrived with his injuries a little earlier than expected, but he’s the man who shaped the house and got everyone in the camp talking.
Alun Wien’s comments about the fact that he waited 15 years for you speak volumes about his work ethic. The way he trains is very similar to young Alun Wien. We hope he’s okay.
Other exceptions are the return of the accessories of Exeter by Francis and Wasp to the second row by Will Rawlins, who supported the team after their meeting in the English Premier League final last weekend.
Thomas and Will are both among the top club teams that have trained well this week, and we wanted to include them at some point in the beginning, Beerwack added.
Will was at Six Nations and Thomas was injured, so we can see them now.
Half of Scarlett’s Gareth Davis replaced the injured Rhys Webb, and Cardiff Blues number nine, Lloyd Williams, came as a replacement, although in the original line-up Kieran Hardy was named.
Center Nick Tompkins sits on the bench and Owen Watkin takes his place at 12:00 and stands in line for Jonathan Davis in midfield.
Owen lost 20 bizarre tests, Beerwake said.
Given the expected circumstances, we also need a large and powerful midfield protection suit.
Williams returns to the piano, plays his first game in seven months for Scarlett with Benetton last Friday, and forms a triple tail with Lee Halfpennie and Josh Adams.
The Louis Reese-North Adolescent Summit and Gloucester is scheduled for the 23rd. He’s been eliminated from the game. The north was dropped when Reese Zammit was injured.
Liam has a lot of experience and can play at the age of 15 and also gives us some extra’s, according to Beerwake.
George is fine now, and he knows it. He is going to work hard on his game to get back to the way he was when he played against England in March.
Louis has a shinbone injury, he can barely walk on it, so he can’t train this week.
Beer also congratulated his captain on setting a world record.
This is a fantastic day for Alun Wien, according to Beerwake.
He is a great leader in this group and sets a good example. When he talks, everybody listens. He’s always a fact, at the cutting edge, and just a great guy in our neighborhood.
We are very happy that he reached the record and that he had to wait longer than expected for the summer tour, but doing the Six Nations Game will be special for him.
Lee Halfpenny; Liam Williams, Jonathan Davis, Owen Watkin, Josh Adams; Dan Biggar, Gareth Davis; Rhys Carré, Ryan Elias, Thomas Francis, Will Rowlands, Alun Vin Jones (captain), Shane Lewis Hughes, Justin Tipurick, Taulupe Faletau.
Replacements : Sam Parry, Vin Jones, Dillon Lewis, Cory Hill, James Davis, Lloyd Williams, Rhys Petchell, Nick Tompkins.