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Plans for a Welsh rugby academy to produce stars like Iestyn Harris (right) and Stephen Jones, tackling Ireland's Brian O'Driscoll in a Six Nations match this season, are up and running after the sale of the site - a former prisoner of war camp in Bridgend.

Separate contracts, worth around £140 million, will be let by developer Macob Projects.Work, which will include a hotel, starts this September.