20 Jun, 09:22
Ireland Women's Sevens head coach Jon Skurr has announced a 12-woman squad for the Rugby World Cup Sevens in Moscow (June 29-30).
Jenkins, the favourite for the post, was having his candidacy considered alongside that of Harlequins supremo Mark Evans when WRU chiefs approached Ruddock - who had not even applied for the job.,p> The Gwent Dragons coach was unveiled on Thursday as the new Wales coach in succession to Steve Hansen having been approached just last Monday to reconsider his decision.
The WRU's conduct clearly left a bitter taste in the mouth of Jenkins who last week said he felt "publicly humiliated" by the process.
And the Llanelli supremo was still angry days later when he told a press conference at the club's Stradey Park ground: "I clearly felt there was something going on at the selection process.
"I was very uncomfortable that critical details of my interview had been leaked to the press.
"There was someone in the group who showed a total lack of integrity and respect for the process and I found that hard to deal with."
He added: "When it got to the announcement there was no credibility at all. Things were being done underhanded and behind people's backs. The panel were quite clear they did not have any intention of letting people know when they were no longer wanted."
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