Two Welsh rugby stars bailed over fracas after Wales" victory at Twickenham

Two Welsh rugby stars bailed over fracas after Wales' victory at Twickenham

Two Welsh rugby stars were arrested after a late-night fracas outside a nightclub following Wales' victory over England

Cardiff Blues duo Tom James, 24, and Ceri Sweeney, 32, were among four people arrested and bailed after a man was assaulted in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Held: Winger Tom James

Held: Winger Tom James

Police said a 26-year-old man needed stitches for a facial wound after an incident in Greyfriars Place, Cardiff.

South Wales Police confimed two men aged 24 and two other men aged 27 and 32 were arrested.

Blues chief executive Richard Holland said: 'There was an incident but until the police have concluded formalities
from their side there is no statement to make on it.'

Neither fly-half Sweeney, who played the last
of his 35 Tests in 2007, or winger James, who has won 10 caps since 2007, are
part of the current Wales squad competing in the Six Nations
Championship.

The incident followed Wales' 19-12 victory over England at Twickenham on Saturday.