London - Fullback Phil Dollman and backrow forward Aaron
Shingler will join up with the Wales squad for the summer Pacific Islands tour
after being called up on Wednesday.
They come into the squad, which will be without its British
and Irish Lions contingent, for the injured Cardiff Blues' Rhun Williams and
Ospreys' James King for the tour that takes in Test matches against Samoa and
Tonga next month.
Prior to that both have important club commitments - Dollman
is due to turn out for Exeter Chiefs in Saturday's English Premiership final
against Wasps and Shingler for Welsh outfit Scarlets in the Celtic League final
against Irish province Munster.
"The two players coming in have been in excellent form
lately and we're looking for them to bring that level of performance with
them," said Robin McBryde, who will take charge of Wales in the absence of
head coach Warren Gatland and Rob Howley, who are away with the Lions.
"They'll be arriving with their tails up having made it
to those finals so it should be a boost for them as well as us," added the
combative former Wales hooker.
The tour rewards both players for outstanding seasons and
gives Shingler a chance to prove himself at Test level once again.
The 29-year-old won the last of his eight caps in 2014 while
for Dollman it is his first international call-up at age 32.