A FEMALE rugby star from Bala has been called up to the Wales squad for the Women's Six Nations tournament.

Teleri Wyn Davies has previously represented Wales at the tournament - with her first call-up to the squad coming in 2018.

The 24-year-old, who plays second row, earned her first cap against Scotland in the same year.

Now, Teleri has been called up once again having impressed with current club Sale Sharks.

A spokesperson for Bala Rugby Club congratulated Teleri, saying: "Huge congratulations to Teleri for being selected in the Wales Ladies squad for the Six Nations!

"Everyone at the club is very proud of your success. Here's wishing you the best of luck at the tournament."

Teleri is a former Ysgol Y Berwyn School pupil and graduated Bangor University with a First Class degree in Law.

In the past, she has played for Rygbi Gogledd Cymru (RGC) 1404 where she impressed and earned herself that first international call-up.

Her father Bryan “Yogi” Davies was also a keen rugby player who died in 2013, aged 56. He had been left a tetraplegic after a scrum collapsed on him whilst playing for Bala in 2007.

Teleri will be part of Warren Abrahams' Wales squad who travel to France in their Six Nations opener next Saturday (April 3).