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-Buona sera and good evening.
-The Six Nations has started.
-A good win for Wales
-in the end against Italy.
-It wasn't just the men who
-were celebrating this weekend.
-We're celebrating everything
-and here's what's coming up.
-Mamma Mia, Wales' women
-start their Six Nations campaign...
-..with a new coach and captain.
-A new order in the
-..as new names
-challenge the old guard.
-Merthyr travel to meet RGC.
-Quidditch is featured on Clwb Ni.
-No, you're not hearing things.
-The sport from the pages of Harry
-Potter is now in the real world.
-It's an exciting time
-for netball in Wales.
-The Celtic Dragons are about to
-start their league campaign.
-Before that, Wales have two huge
-games against the best in the world.
-I also have a special guest
-here in the studio.
-Caryl James is a former
-Welcome to the programme.
-Welcome to the programme.
-You watch rather than play
-What did you make
-of the weekend's action?
-I did enjoy watching although
-it's not as good as playing.
-Great games for Wales in the
-first round of the championship.
-The men's U20s, men's senior side
-and the women all won.
-Very well done.
-We can't ask for much more.
-It's great to have you with us.
-Stay with us as we watch some rugby.
-The women played Italy yesterday...
-..having lost their previous
-It was time for that to change.
-Emyr Davies is your commentator.
-# Tros ryddid collasant eu gwaed #
-A penalty to Wales
-inside the Italian 22.
-They opt to run it
-with Keira Bevan and Amy Evans.
-Rachel Taylor carries the ball on.
-Shona Powell-Hughes is strong
-but is stopped in her tracks.
-Carys Phillips to Rebecca Rowe.
-They are still inches
-short of the line.
-Here is the chance!
-Prop Caryl Thomas
-score the games' first try.
-Italy 0-8 Wales
-throws into the line.
-It was a good take
-by Elisa Giordano.
-The move the ball to Isabella
-Locatelli, who is tackled.
-The Italians spread it wide.
-Fullback Manuela Furlan
-comes into the line!
-Manuela Furlan is over
-for a try to Italy.
-They're back in this match.
-Sillari offloaded before
-Elen Evans tackled her into touch.
-Carys Phillips is at the base
-of the ruck.
-To Rachel Taylor
-and the Italians are offside.
-There's a penalty to Wales
-if they can't score from here.
-It's slow ball.
-Mel Clay gains another foot
-Now it's given to the backs.
-The long pass by Robyn Wilkins
-and Dyddgu Hywel cuts inside!
-A second try for Wales.
-Dyddgu had a lot to do.
-She caught the ball
-down by her ankles...
-..before running with strength
-and determination to score a try.
-Rachel Taylor jumps
-and catches the ball cleanly.
-The rolling maul is formed.
-Phillips, the captain,
-has the ball.
-The Welsh pack is far too strong
-for the Italians.
-Carys Phillips has crossed the line
-and grounded the ball.
-The score is now Italy 8-20 Wales.
-Superb work from the forwards.
-It was the captain,
-Carys Phillips, who scored.
-Italy have to keep the ball alive.
-Sofia Stefan to the flanker,
-A race down the touchline but that's
-a great tackle from Dyddgu Hywel.
-She's been the star performer.
-There goes the final whistle.
-Wales' women start
-the Six Nations...
-..with a deserved 20-8 victory
-We're very happy.
-I knew from my own experiences
-..that it would be a tough match.
-We've seen that in the past three
-years in the Six Nations.
-We started strongly and I'm happy
-with the win in the end.
-You can't beat the spirit
-in the Wales team.
-It's the same with the men.
-The managers make sure
-everything runs smoothly.
-It's a great feeling
-to be part of the squad.
-Every squad is like a family.
-I really do feel that this year.
-The little family is very happy
-after the opening weekend.
-This is how the table looks now.
-Ireland grabbed a bonus point
-They lead the way at the moment.
-It's early days
-but Wales have started well.
-Caryl James is my guest.
-She's a former international player.
-What did you make of
-that performance, Caryl?
-A very good performance.
-Rowland will be very happy
-with that match.
-A complete performance from the
-starting XV and the replacements.
-A great game where the set pieces
-were all in good order.
-They dominated the scrums and the
-lineouts gave them a great platform.
-It allowed us
-to play an attacking game.
-Dyddgu was deservedly
-the star of the match.
-She put in a superb performance.
-She was so strong defensively
-and threatening in attack.
-Everything went well for them.
-You know many of the squad.
-has done a good job.
-They talk a lot about
-the spirit in the camp.
-It sounds that they're
-building nicely within the squad.
-I'm sure Rowland Phillips is
-responsible for a lot of that.
-Here they are celebrating
-after the match.
-They're singing at the top
-of their voices.
-They were delighted
-for some payback...
-..after the victories Italy have
-had over us in the past three years.
-They look very happy and the spirit
-looks great in the camp.
-The pictures reflect that fact.
-England are up next.
-What kind of challenge will
-their fulltime outfit pose?
-This game will raise the bar
-Wales have shown in the past...
-..that they can compete with
-and beat the best teams around.
-We beat France last year
-and England in 2015.
-What they need to do is beat these
-countries within one campaign.
-That's when the results
-The men won 33-7 this afternoon.
-What did you think
-of that performance?
-It was a nervous first half.
-I was a bit nervous in the first
-half. It wasn't the best start.
-I had hoped that Wales would score
-the first try to get that momentum.
-They picked up the tempo
-in the second half...
-..scoring three great tries.
-It was nice for George North
-to score that excellent try.
-They'll have to have a much better
-start against England next weekend.
-We look forward to it. It's an
-exciting time in the Six Nations.
-It's early days,
-but here is the current table.
-It always worth seeing Wales
-on top of the table.
-None of the winners
-got a bonus point.
-are a new addition this year.
-We stay with rugby and to
-the Principality Premiership.
-There have been big changes
-to the league this season.
-More clubs and a mid-season split.
-Some new names
-are challenging the old guard.
-Two of those met this weekend as
-Merthyr travelled to North Wales.
-It was quite a game
-and Rhys Llwyd is your commentator.
-Rhys Downes. The ball is out.
-This is Arron Pinches.
-He breaks through the tackle.
-back to Rhys Downes in support.
-Pinches goes again.
-He's strong enough to cross.
-The visitors are in front.
-Rhys Williams out to Dean Gunter
-and switches the direction of play.
-It's a race between
-Richard Carter and Afon Bagshaw.
-Carter wins the race.
-Carter has the ball!
-Tom Daley is there
-to dive over the try line.
-Bagshaw created. The ball
-bounced kindly into his path.
-Tom Daley was on hand to put
-Merthyr further in front.
-Craig Locke jumps and collects.
-A chance for a rolling maul.
-They're going for the corner.
-Merthyr have the strength.
-That's the visitors' third try.
-It's all kicking off.
-Things are getting heated.
-They need to cool down.
-Henri Williams wins the ball.
-RGC have a chance to show their
-power this time.
-Rhys Williams has the ball at the
-back of the rolling maul.
-They're going for the line.
-The referee was in the perfect place
-to give the try.
-to Alex Schwarz who drops it.
-Schwarz has it.
-Rhys Williams, the winger.
-He finds the gap. Williams is quick
-and he goes for the line.
-He closes the gap.
-This game is not over yet.
-Brilliant by Rhys Williams.
-RGC are back in the game.
-Schwarz to Botica.
-Bagshaw. Rhys Williams.
-Williams beats two defenders.
-Williams with the ball back inside.
-Schwarz is there. He's inches short.
-Tiaan Loots goes for it.
-Rhys Williams is there too.
-Has he crossed? Yes, Williams
-celebrates. It's a try for RGC.
-Only seconds left.
-Is there one late
-chance for the home team?
-That was a high tackle surely.
-The linesman has spotted it.
-It's a penalty. What an opportunity.
-This'll be the last kick
-of the match.
-It hit he post
-but it's over!
-RGC have won in the dying seconds.
-What drama at Eirias Park.
-It was a very hard match,
-We knew that Merthyr would
-bring a physical game.
-After we won down in Merthyr before
-Christmas they had a point to prove.
-For the first 40 or 50 minutes,
-they showed that.
-The squad is very close.
-You could see that at the end in the
-way we celebrated with Jacob.
-It was a fantastic kick.
-I just don't know where this game's
-I was brought up as kid
-to play rugby in a physical manner.
-Some of those tackles today I coach.
-They were chest high and we're
-getting penalised and yellow carded.
-You've got to ask the question.
-We're in competition with football
-and rugby league.
-If our game goes soft on us
-then as far as I'm concerned...
-..my young fellow
-can play rugby league.
-Because your not getting
-your physical fix.
-I think a couple of decisions today
-were really poor.
-It was sad to see
-rugby going that way.
-Dale McIntosh was not a happy man.
-You wouldn't want
-to argue with Dale McIntosh!
-Next, the rest of the weekend's
-We start at the Chief's former club,
-Pontypridd, in Sardis Road.
-Pontypridd welcomed Carmarthen Quins
-to Sardis Road on Saturday.
-The home side got off to a powerful
-Their second try was scored after
-winger Dale Stuckey broke clear...
-..and fed Lewis Williams to go over.
-The visitors battled back.
-Good work by the forwards secures
-clean ball for Gareth George.
-Iolo Evans accepts the long pass,
-finds the chink in the defence...
-..and scores the try for the Quins.
-The home team then displayed
-accurate handling skills.
-Fullback, Gary Williams setting up
-Lewis Williams for his second try.
-Straight from that try, Ponty
-attacked again from their half.
-Good handling once again...
-..Gary Williams releasing Lewis
-Williams again and the winger...
-..turning on the afterburners to
-secure a hat-trick and the victory.
-Bedwas won thanks to five penalties
-by Richard Powell.
-A consolation try for Ebbw Vale
-from Jack Goodey.
-A penalty try and another for Craig
-Attwell gave Newport the early lead.
-The home side tried to
-counter-attack but a mistake...
-..led to Palmer crossing over.
-Will Evans, the hooker, showed some
-quick thinking and fancy footwork...
-..to set up Craig Attwell
-for his brace.
-A comfortable win for the visitors.
-The centres combined well
-at St Helens to set up...
-..winger, Andrew Claypole for
-an early try for the home team.
-The visitors responded
-with flanker Alex Herbert...
-the white defence...
-..setting up Phil Price for
-a clattering drive over the line.
-The visiting backs enjoyed
-the wide open spaces at St Helens...
-..to set up David Evans
-for another try.
-From one Bargoed wing to the other.
-The best try of the game involved
-great work by the pack and backs.
-Hallett with the break and pass
-for Duane Dyer to secure the points.
-With the score 9-6 in the second
-half, Neath restarted the game.
-A mistake by the scrum half sent
-Rhys Jones racing to the line.
-He set up his captain,
-..for the opening try for Neath.
-The Welsh All Blacks scored
-a second try with 14 men.
-Fullback, Ed Howley was too quick
-for the No.8, Joe Gaughan.
-Geraint Llewellyn accepted
-the pass for the winning score.
-Pontypridd take the early honours in
-Tier 1 with a bonus-point victory.
-Newport head up Tier 2
-after the opening fixtures.
-There's still a lot of rugby
-to be played this season.
-The league has split in two and
-they all start with no points again.
-It's an exciting league.
-Caryl James is a former
-international, now a commentator.
-You watch a lot of this league
-and we hear you on Radio Cymru.
-What do you make of the changes?
-They're trying to restructure
-They've split the table and
-the top eight fight for the title.
-It's a way of shaking up the league.
-It allows the coaches more
-opportunity for development...
-..and to nurture the young talent
-in the Principality.
-It was great to see Ryan Conbeer
-score a superb try on Friday night.
-That was for the Wales U20s side.
-He plays on the wing for Llanelli.
-It bridges the gap...
-..between the Premiership
-and the regions.
-It's good to see new names like RGC
-and the moneybags of Merthyr.
-It seems that the talent
-is spread across more clubs.
-There is more competition now and
-we're seeing RGC coming to the top.
-It's great and there are some
-good facilities in North Wales.
-It's nice to see new clubs
-climbing to the top of the table.
-I don't think Dale McIntosh
-and Merthyr would agree with you!
-Quite a weekend in the Principality
-and for rugby in general.
-Time for a break now, but we'll
-have plenty more in a few minutes.
-Football is next with the Welsh
-clubs recording mixed results.
-Swansea City suffered a 2-1 defeat
-at Manchester City.
-Their new Brazilian star,
-Jesus, scored both goals.
-That's the second season in a row
-for them to suffer...
-..last-minute heartbreak up there.
-But their form
-appears to be improving.
-The same could be said of Wrexham.
-Dean Keates' men had won
-three of their last four games.
-They were home to Guiseley
-Massanka back to Ollie Shenton.
-He looks for the run
-by Izale McLeod.
-McLeod is up against Jake Lawlor.
-Massanka asks for it
-but McLeod has a go himself!
-His effort flashes past
-the far post.
-Eleven minutes have been played
-as Walton takes the corner.
-It's in towards Jake Cassidy!
-That was a crucial touch from Dunn
-and it's another Guiseley corner.
-Walton will take the corner.
-Cassidy was once again the target!
-He hits the target!
-The former Airbus player
-scores against Wrexham.
-Guiseley are in front
-after only 12 minutes.
-Lund finds himself under pressure.
-Lund crosses towards Massanka!
-Wrexham are level.
-Massanka strikes in his first start
-for the Dragons.
-What a brilliant goal.
-Massanka wants the ball
-and is full of confidence!
-A superb save from Maxted.
-I think the shot was deflected which
-made the save an even better one.
-Massanka is on fire.
-We've played an hour and despite
-scoring four goals in five games...
-..John Rooney is only a substitute.
-If he starts another game
-..he has to be offered
-a new contract for next season.
-Rooney comes off the bench again.
-Carrington, the captain...
-..receives the ball, turns and plays
-a lovely crossfield pass to Lund.
-Lund gives it back to Barry.
-McLeod is on the far post.
-McLeod to Rooney!
-Rooney scores again and he's only
-been on the field for two minutes.
-Keates' headache gets even worse.
-Rooney scores off the bench again.
-Cassidy against Riley.
-Cassidy does brilliantly
-to release Derek Asamoah.
-Rankine is in support.
-Just wide of the post.
-It was on a plate for Hurst
-but he couldn't hit the target.
-Rooney stands over the ball.
-A scintillating free kick
-A fortnight after his brother...
-..broke the Man Utd scoring
-record with a free kick...
-..Rooney has scored for Wrexham.
-I thought we were the better team.
-It wasn't at a tempo we wanted.
-We let them dictate the tempo
-and it got slowed down.
-A quick throw-in and a set back to
-Mitch, who dug a great cross out.
-It was an unbelievable effort
-What an impact Rooney had
-on the game. He scored two goals.
-The second one, we're shouting
-at him to play it in the corner.
-He's had a go and
-it's bent past the keeper.
-Five on the bounce. That's 15 points
-we've picked up. We're delighted.
-Seven points between Wrexham
-and the play-off places.
-A trip to Dover next who are fifth.
-A good afternoon for Wrexham.
-I'm joined by Caryl James.
-your Wales rugby career.
-You're a PE Teacher too.
-Are the pupils aware
-that they have a star teaching them?
-Yes, as a teacher, one of the main
-things I try to do every day...
-..is inspire my pupils...
-..and show them that girls have
-a bright future in sport too.
-I can go off to represent my country
-and come back...
-..and share these experiences
-with the pupils.
-It shows them the benefit
-of being part of a team...
-..representing a country
-and meeting new friends.
-A big part of my job isn't just
-improving fitness levels...
-..but also to inspire.
-What better way to do it
-than showing them Wales caps?
-You now teach and coach.
-Is that a natural next step
-in your career?
-After finishing playing, there was
-a gap to fill in my weekends.
-It was quite natural for me.
-We've now established a team in
-Cardiff, Cardiff Ladies Rugby Club.
-We've been together
-for six or seven months.
-They're an amazing crew.
-They've come together.
-They're a mixture
-of students, teachers...
-There's a very good ethos
-in the squad.
-If anyone out there
-wants to have a go...
-..we train every Wednesday night
-at Glamorgan Wanderers.
-We play on Sunday.
-We've played six games and won
-four of them so we're not bad.
-Definitely a good start.
-The message is, if you fancy a game
-get in touch with them.
-I look forward to the developments
-in the capital.
-Caryl James is with me.
-We're going to the capital now.
-There was a big ice hockey game
-It was the first leg
-of the Challenge Cup semi-final.
-took on Belfast Giants.
-The Devils got the better start
-in the capital.
-the Giants' goal minder was on fire.
-Jackson Whistle saved time after
-time. A proper whistle-stop.
-brought the first save.
-That was the pattern
-for the first period.
-The Devils pressed
-but Whistle hit the right note.
-This save from Guillame Doucet
-It began to look like nothing was
-going right for the Devils.
-Joey Martin was totally clear
-but Canadian, Whistle stood firm.
-proved too much in the end.
-The Devils pressed and Andrew Hotham
-finally beat Whistle...
-..at the second time of asking.
-It was soon 2-0
-thanks to Gleason Fournier.
-The score started to reflect
-the Devils' performance.
-As happened all game,
-back came the Giants.
-Derrick Walser gambled
-and somehow scored.
-A deflection for the Giants.
-There was time for one more effort
-before the end of the first period.
-A lovely trick by Patrick Asselin
-but Whistle was there again.
-There was quite a game developing.
-The second period
-started in similar fashion.
-The Devils pressed.
-Hotham with the shot from distance.
-was on the spot to score.
-The Devils opened the gap once
-more but back came Belfast again.
-A brilliant solo effort
-from Chris Higgins.
-He stole the puck
-and took on the defence.
-He kept his head.
-The skills in front of goal meant
-that there was only one goal in it.
-Quite an effort by Chris Higgins.
-If that was good,
-the next was even better.
-Joey Martin with a one-man show.
-No-one could stop him, 4-2.
-one of the goals of the season.
-The final period
-was crazy to say the least.
-A chance for the Devils
-to stretch their lead.
-Whistle foiled Sean Bentivoglio.
-A slick move from Belfast
-ended with Colin Shields scoring.
-There was one goal in it again.
-There was worse to come.
-Brandon Benedict stunned the Devils.
-The match was somehow level.
-Suddenly, the match
-had been turned on its head.
-Belfast hit the bar.
-They scored the all-important goal
-in the final minute.
-The Devils were confused by now and
-Jim Vandermeer scored from distance.
-The Devils face a big challenge...
-..in the Challenge Cup
-Semi-final second leg.
-I never thought Harry Potter
-would crop up on Clwb 2.
-However, the game Quidditch...
-..has moved from the fantasy pages
-of the books into the real world.
-All the terms are also written down
-so commentating is really easy.
-Even in Welsh,
-in this translation of the books.
-We have the terms and the game
-created by J K Rowling.
-Hang on to your broomstick,
-off we go.
-The most dysfunctional family
-I've ever been part of.
-I wouldn't change it for the world.
-We're quite an established team.
-The first in Wales.
-We're known in the community.
-We're a group of
-Harry Potter supporters.
-We express ourselves
-differently to normal nerds.
-We don't just read the books
-or watch the films.
-We express it in another way.
-We use sport.
-Quidditch has a large and
-very interesting rule book.
-You have three chasers
-and a keeper on a team.
-They try to get a slightly
-deflated volleyball, the Quaffle...
-..through the other team's hoops
-for ten points.
-The beaters play with
-balls called Bludgers.
-They run around the pitch
-trying to hit other players.
-If you get hit,
-you drop whatever you're holding...
-..and touch back into
-your hoops before carrying on.
-The Snitch is an impartial official.
-He has a rugby style tag
-attached to his shorts.
-The seekers try to
-get hold of that tag.
-If you catch the Snitch,
-the period is over...
-..and your team gets thirty points.
-It can appeal to everyone.
-There's no right or wrong way
-to play Quidditch.
-Anyone from any background can play.
-Both genders can play the same game
-and you can all be as involved.
-We're a diverse group.
-You'd expect us to be similar.
-All nerds who like Harry Potter.
-Some of us have seen all the films.
-Some haven't read a single word
-whilst others have read it all.
-It's great fun because
-there are so many positions...
-..and so many things
-you can do in a game.
-You find new people with
-It brings everyone together
-and it's a lovely sport.
-People do barrack and shout things
-like 'ten points to Gryffindor'.
-People we convince to play admit
-it's harder than they expected.
-I've heard 'it isn't
-a real sport' many times.
-Until you actually go into it
-and feel the competitiveness...
-..and the adrenalin rush
-that comes from it...
-..there is no way you can deem it
-anything other than a sport.
-Come and give it a go.
-There are teams all over the UK.
-Contact one of those teams
-because it is worth trying it.
-Quidditch on Clwb 2.
-We might have live action soon.
-But it's back to
-more traditional fare next.
-It's a big week
-at the Ice Arena, Cardiff.
-The ice hockey is replaced
-by netball this week.
-A huge week for the
-Welsh women's netball team.
-They are taking on one of the
-best in the world, New Zealand.
-The next few weeks are very
-important for netball in Wales.
-The new season starts for the
-Celtic Dragons in the Superleague.
-Before then, Wales play
-two games against the Silver Ferns.
-A team of world stars,
-ranked two in the world.
-There was so much interest in
-these games the venue was changed...
-..from the usual place
-to the Ice Arena in Cardiff Bay.
-Clwb met up with one
-of the big stars, Suzy Drane.
-Netball in Wales is on the up.
-It's so exciting
-to be a part of that.
-I've got goosebumps from just
-speaking about and thinking about...
-..how exciting this occasion will be
-Not to mention the start of a
-fresh season for our Celtic Dragons.
-It's a real united occasion for the
-people of Wales to be involved with.
-They can be passionate about the
-sport and its female role models.
-They haven't been over here
-We'll be looking forward to
-hosting them in a brand new arena.
-We're moving over to
-the Ice Arena in Cardiff Bay.
-That's due to the demand for
-tickets. Fantastic for the game.
-Wales are ranked eight in the world.
-Not far away from the world leaders,
-New Zealand and Australia.
-Unlike Wales, those teams are
-packed with full-time professionals.
-We are closer than we have been
-to the top teams.
-We are going out on the court to
-compete and perform on Tuesday.
-We'll re-evaluate and
-go again on Wednesday night.
-We got close to South Africa...
-..when we played them
-in three tests last summer.
-We need to keep building
-on the momentum we've got.
-Building on the strength in depth
-that we have in the squad in Wales.
-Going forward we hope
-to compete with those top teams.
-Most of the Welsh squad
-do play for the Celtic Dragons.
-It's the only Welsh team
-in the British Superleague.
-The new season is upon us.
-They are hoping to
-improve on last season.
-They finished one from bottom.
-They finished one from bottom.
-The word I'd use is frustrating.
-I don't think we met our potential.
-We could have claimed more wins
-and we knew that as a team.
-We spoke about it.
-It was one of the most emotionally
-charged seasons I'd ever had.
-We knew we could have
-done much better.
-That last few games were very tight.
-The most memorable one was
-when I won the man of the match...
-..for the first time in eleven years
-of playing for the Dragons.
-I was still devastated that
-we lost that game by three goals.
-It was lost on one bad decision.
-That's sport, isn't it?
-We have to make sure that we end up
-on the other side of the fence.
-Not just marginally losing out.
-The way we do that
-is through consistency.
-We know that, we just have to do it.
-right through to matchtime.
-There are three new teams.
-It's good having
-more teams to take on.
-It means the season is longer.
-We have lots of games
-and our target is top four.
-We want to make the semis.
-Good luck to Wales
-against the Silver Ferns.
-Caryl James is still with me.
-Big games are great
-for the profile of the sport.
-It's an historic occasion.
-They haven't played for twenty
-years and they are two in the world.
-I'm taking a bus
-full of pupils from Llangynwyd.
-There's nothing better to inspire
-them than seeing a game like this.
-I'm really looking forward.
-We've already talked about
-the Welsh women winning in Italy.
-They have a lot
-ahead of them this year.
-The Six Nations tournament is a
-building block for the World Cup.
-That happens in August
-and they have a tough pool.
-They have to play
-Canada and New Zealand.
-Rowland Phillips and his team
-are ready for the challenge.
-You are also embarking
-on a new venture.
-You are part of the S4C commentary
-team for the women's game.
-What's that like?
-It's great because
-I have passion for sport.
-I've always wanted to...
-..promote women's sport
-and give it a higher profile.
-Being part of the team
-that brings the games...
-..into people's homes in Wales
-will be great.
-The Six Nations is
-a stepping stone this year.
-Will the Wales team set themselves
-targets for the tournament?
-How well do you expect them to do?
-They've been part of the world's
-top eight for a while now.
-A realistic target might be
-to be in the top six.
-The experience of playing in a Six
-Nations championship must be huge.
-How much bigger of a step
-is the World Cup Finals?
-It is a huge step.
-They play the world champs, England,
-every year in the Six Nations.
-It is a massive experience for them.
-One of my fondest memories...
-..is scoring a try against New
-Zealand in the World Cup in 2010.
-That'll stay with me forever.
-Thank you for coming in
-to talk to us, Caryl.
-Good luck with all your ventures.
-It's a busy period
-in terms of sport.
-Good luck to the netball team
-against New Zealand.
-After a clean sweep
-for Wales in Italy let's hope...
-..for a repeat performance
-against England next week.
-We'll see you next Sunday night.
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