A WALES rugby star has been ordered by a court to pay nearly £1,400 after he was caught speeding at 115mph.

Mason Grady, 21, was flashed by a speed camera as he broke the law in his Volkswagen Passat.

He was travelling in a 70mph zone on the M4 motorway between Junction 35 and Junction 34 in Bridgend on Thursday, October 19 last year.

The Cardiff back pleaded guilty at the city’s magistrates’ court.

Grady from Rhoose was fined £915 and must pay a £366 surcharge and £110 costs.

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The £1,391 total must be paid by the end of March.

His licence was endorsed with six penalty points.

Grady, originally from Barry, has won nine caps for his country and is a member of the current Wales Six Nations squad.