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Bydd y cyflwynydd Dot Davies a mewnwr Gleision Caerdydd Lloyd Williams yn sgwrsio ar y soffa. Join Jonathan, Nigel and Sarra for pre-match fun with guests, Lloyd Williams and Do...


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-Thank you and welcome.

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-It's getting colder

-as the evenings become longer...

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-..and to make things worse,

-we're back for four weeks.

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-To keep us warm,

-please welcome Sarra Elgan.

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-You look nice and smart.

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-Careful, you can't say

-things like that now.

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-I'm scared of putting my hand

-on my own knee.

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-It's not a circus without a clown.

-Where is Nigel?

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-# Do you come

-from a land down under?

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-# Where women glow and men plunder?

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-# Can't you hear,

-can't you hear the thunder?

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-# You better run,

-you better take cover #

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-What are you supposed to be?

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-We're playing Australia and

-Australians like barbecues.

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-I've got a little barbie going.

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-Chicken breasts - medium rare?

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-I don't want salmonella.

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-I said chicken not salmon!

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-They love you, don't they?

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-I'm a naturally likeable bloke.

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-It's a shame none of it

-has rubbed off on you.

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-What have you been up to recently?

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-I don't know, really.

-I went to Philadelphia with work.

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-It was fun to see an Aviva

-Premiership game out there.

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-I know what you've been doing.

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-You've been away somewhere

-for five weeks.

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-I was refereeing in New Zealand.

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-I had a great time for six weeks.

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-I'd love to be in New Zealand

-for six weeks over the winter!

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-Yesterday, I refereed

-England versus Wales.

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-Oh, yes.

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-Anyone get the upper hand?

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-No, it was pretty even.

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-Did you speak Welsh

-with the Welsh players?

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-Ken Owens asked me a question in

-Welsh and I answered him in Welsh.

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-Jamie George told me to speak

-English. I told him to learn Welsh!

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-I've said that too.

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-Let's find out

-who is on tonight's show.

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-Good evening.

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-Recent matches

-between Wales and Ireland...

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-..have been a little nerve-racking.

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-Williams looks around

-but goes himself.

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-Lloyd Williams is through!

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-Lloyd Williams!

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-It's there for Lloyd Williams

-but he can't quite keep his footing.

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-Nobody really knew what was

-going on from your party either...

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-..let alone amongst

-the broadcasters.

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-It doesn't look good to the voter.

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-Out of the scrum and

-Andy Powell is on the blind side.

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-To Lloyd Williams!

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-Lloyd Williams

-goes down the blind side!

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-He's there and it's a second try

-for the young scrum half.

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-Please welcome

-the presenter, Dot Davies...

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-..and the Blues' scrum half,

-Lloyd Williams.

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-You're limping. Are you injured?

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-Yes, I pulled my hamstring

-against Zebre at the weekend.

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-I'll be out for a while.

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-For how long?

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-About a month. Not too bad.

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-You scored a nice try.

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-I was a bit lucky.

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-You're out for a month.

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-You can avoid the tricky games

-and go on holiday.

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-That's the plan!

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-Well done.

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-Dot, are you injury free?

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-I'm fine. I ran the Cardiff

-Half Marathon.

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-Did you enjoy it?

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-I really enjoyed it.

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-I've caught the bug...

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-..but I have no inclination

-to run a full marathon.

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-When I got to the 12-mile mark...

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-..I thought, "This wouldn't even be

-halfway - no way"!

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-Lloyd, you've had a good season

-and now have 150 Blues appearances.

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-I'm pleased to reach that milestone.

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-I didn't realise

-until just before the game.

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-I'm delighted and hope

-there's a lot more to come.

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-You used to enjoy playing rugby

-when you were younger.

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-Yes, I started playing

-when I was in college.

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-I was enthusiastic.

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-I loved playing

-and this is no word of a lie...

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-..I couldn't keep up

-with the drinking afterwards!

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-What position did you play?

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-What position did you play?

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-A scrum half, believe it or not.

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-I loved it but I wasn't big enough

-or fast enough.

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-That was a bit of a problem.

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-That's why he started refereeing!

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-That's enough of that. It has been

-an interesting year of rugby so far.

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-We asked Sion Tomos Owen

-to give us his opinion.

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-Alright, Sion?

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-Alright, Sion?

-

-How are you, Mam?

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-# When Gatland went on sabbatical,

-they went alphabetical

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-# They went from G to H

-and gave Howley the job

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-# I know choosing players is tough,

-butt

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-# But why on earth did you still

-pick Cuthbert?

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-# His hands are worse than

-the throw-ins of Dylan Hartley

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-# Worse than Owen Farrells's head

-after a tackle by Moriarty

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-# Against Scotland,

-we started with some class

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-# In the second half,

-we just couldn't be arsed

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-# At least against Ireland,

-George North was at his best

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-# He scored two awesome tries

-without a concussion test

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-# In France, Wayne Barnes wanted

-a 100 count, that's the truth

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-# Not enough extra-time for

-Halfpenny to find his tooth

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-# Thanks to Ireland,

-England lost a trick

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-# Those Grand Slam t-shirts

-were back into the skip

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-# There was no time to sulk,

-no time for tears

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-# Three nations joined up

-with the Land of our Fathers

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-# Captain Ken could answer in Welsh,

-that was so much fun

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-# Showing that the Lions

-had a dragon's tongue

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-# We all got up early

-to watch in a dressing gown

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-# The New Zealand papers

-branded Warren Gatland a clown

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-# We started badly

-and lost the first test

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-# We didn't lose the series

-we had to share the prize

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-# The autumn internationals

-are still to be played

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-# To be positive,

-someone must be praised

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-# The person who booked Wales

-to play three good sides

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-# We're also playing Georgia!

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-# We need to beat South Africa

-and smash the Wallabies

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-# For 80 minutes,

-not the 70 minutes wobbly-knees

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-# But the team we want to beat

-which would be spot-on

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-# To stop Hansen smiling

-because it looks all wrong

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-# Those who wear black,

-the ones who do the haka

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-# World champions

-full of cheating flankers

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-# They do the haka

-our enemy we are facing

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-# They scream in Maori,

-we've got scary folk dancing!

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-# Come on Wales,

-we need to catch our breath

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-# To get out of the World Cup

-Pool of Death

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-# To be honest just so we can cheer

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-# We just want to beat one team

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-# From the Southern Hemisphere #

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-Are you done, Sion?

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-Are you done, Sion?

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-Aye, cheers Mam.

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-This autumn series is going to be

-tougher than the Six Nations...

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-..because of the opposition.

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-The opposition

-is always tougher in the autumn.

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-Australia have also

-hit a bit of form.

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-As usual!

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-As usual!

-

-That's not ideal.

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-The team will also be changed

-for the Georgia game.

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-It's always tough

-to win all the matches.

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-Sarra has the news.

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-As the number of rugby players

-decreases in Scotland...

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-..one Scottish club has a novel way

-of attracting new recruits.

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-That is awful!

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-Following revelations about her

-finances in the Paradise Papers...

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-..the Queen has shown

-exactly what she thinks of it all.

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-That was the news.

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-Thanks, Sarra. That's all for now

-and we'll see you after the break.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-Nigel was responsible for this

-week's challenge. What did you pick?

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-You never like getting off the sofa.

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-You're knees have gone, you've got

-false teeth and greying hair.

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-You're full of aches and pains.

-I went for an old man's challenge.

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-And an old woman.

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-This is nice.

-A morning coffee watching bowls.

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-Anyone waiting.

-This is God's waiting room really.

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-We're having a go in a minute.

-You'll have experience being so old.

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-It's for people your age really.

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-With my knees,

-it's all I can do now.

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-Tony, ready!

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-Tony is our referee today.

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-That looks good.

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-It needs to slow down.

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-It needs to slow down.

-

-No, it's good.

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-Off the edge.

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-The other side.

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-The other side.

-

-What other side!

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-One-nil up.

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-One-nil up.

-

-That much wide.

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-Sorry.

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-Wrong again.

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-Wrong again.

-

-There's a good weight on it.

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-That's the closest one.

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-Look at that one!

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-What was the score there, Tony?

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-Two to you.

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-How many for Jiff?

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-It's not over yet.

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-Let's get the bowls.

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-Ready, Tony?

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-Right line, more power.

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-That looks good.

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-He's helping you out.

-That's closer still.

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-I haven't seen

-an erection like that in years.

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-This is hard.

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-That's good.

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-That's good.

-

-One for you, Jonathan.

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-One for you.

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-What's the score, Tony?

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-One to Jonathan.

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-FINAL ROUND.

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-That was a good weight.

-You're nearly there.

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-You respect the sport more

-after trying it.

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-Did you brush your teeth

-this morning?

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-Get in there, Jiff.

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-It's only that much.

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-Well done.

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-LAST CHANCE.

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-I'll beat you in a sprint.

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-It's gone.

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-Not quite enough.

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-It's nearly there. Look.

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-The winner is...

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-..Jonathan.

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-Unlucky Sarra.

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-The best bowl of the day

-won you the first point.

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-A gracious winner!

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-You played well.

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-Well done, Jonathan.

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-Dot, how long

-have you been presenting?

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-I'm not sure. I pretty old.

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-When did you start?

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-I got the dream job as a researcher

-in the BBC Wales Sports Department.

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-I felt as if I had really made it.

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-I was there for a couple of years

-and then someone was ill...

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-..who was due to read the

-sports bulletin on Radio Cymru.

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-They looked around and asked who

-could speak Welsh. I was hiding.

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-They just said you're doing it.

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-That was the best thing

-that happened to me.

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-You've had to work with him.

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-You've had to work with him.

-

-Yes, a lot.

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-What's he like? He's awkward here.

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-What's he like? He's awkward here.

-

-A total gent.

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-He looks after me. I've been to

-his house and he's made me a cuppa.

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-That's more than we've had.

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-That's more than we've had.

-

-I like Dot.

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-You cover all kinds of sport.

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-Rugby, tennis, athletics.

-What's your favourite one?

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-It's tough because I love

-the Six Nations and soccer.

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-As an event I adore Wimbledon.

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-You're in a bubble for a fortnight.

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-The Six Nations takes place over

-a series of weekends with breaks.

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-Wimbledon is hard work but

-also feels like being on holiday.

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-You also get to stay up there

-in the middle of all the atmosphere.

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-You spend lots of time

-with your co-workers.

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-You work with

-one of my heroes, John McEnroe.

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-People are scared of him

-but he's lovely and a one-off.

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-He's never fazed talking to anyone.

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-I work with him

-on the call-in show on 5 Live.

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-I read the texts out and he says

-'Hi, Dot' and I'm 'Oh, My God'.

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-He does one of those shows every

-week and he always turns up...

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-..with just a minute to spare.

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-This year he cut it even finer.

-The news was on and then it was us.

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-Eventually, after thinking he was

-coming they decided he wasn't.

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-I heard,

-you're going to have to present.

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-With any warning I'd have scarpered.

-I can't present instead of McEnroe.

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-He'd forgotten. He was out with the

-likes Chris Martin from Coldplay.

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-Dot Davies or

-Chris Martin from Coldplay?

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-You cannot be serious!

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-Who's been your

-toughest interviewee?

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-I won't say

-because he's still playing.

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-Yes or no.

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-Forward?

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-Forward?

-

-Yes.

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-I know who.

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-Wales?

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-Wales?

-

-I'm saying nothing else.

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-I know already.

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-I know already.

-

-West Wales.

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-All I've said is forward.

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-He lives near me. He's okay.

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-That's enough about Alun Wyn Jones.

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-It's definitely not Alun Wyn.

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-It's not Alun Wyn.

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-Mike Phillips

-doesn't mind a little chat.

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-He's an enigma.

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-He's an enigma.

-

-You never know what he'll say.

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-He's great value

-for any interviewer.

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-I've had him talking in French

-after a victory in France.

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-His one sentence was

-Je suis un homme ce soir.

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-What does that mean?

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-What does that mean?

-

-I am a man tonight.

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-What was he before then?

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-He swore after beating England.

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-It was so loud I had to ask myself

-if he had just used the F word.

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-I apologised and

-told him he'd be forgiven.

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-I saw the thought forming

-'Did I swear there?'

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-He said 'Sorry, I'm excited.'

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-Minute to go.

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-Time to Hit the Bar.

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-Who's on the posts?

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-On the posts tonight...

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-..Australia coach, Michael Cheika.

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-He's a real moaner.

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-Cadi's on duty tonight. From where?

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-Cadi's on duty tonight. From where?

-

-Dinbych.

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-Dinbych y Pysgod or Dinbych y gogs?

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-Dinbych y Pysgod or Dinbych y gogs?

-

-Denbigh.

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-I'm in college in Cardiff.

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-I'm in college in Cardiff.

-

-Come out here, Cadi.

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-Dot's up.

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-Pressure.

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-Toe-poke them.

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-Toe-poke them.

-

-You do have suitable heelless shoes.

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-I did think about it. The kids

-begged me to get at least one over.

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-Twenty seconds to get

-as many as possible over the posts.

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-Five points for that,

-ten if you hit Cheika.

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-If you hit him

-with this golden ball...

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-..you get double points.

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-As quick as you can.

-Three, two, one.

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-Oh, no. Oh, shit.

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-I'm hopeless.

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-Don't say oh!

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-Five seconds.

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-Three, two.

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-How did Dot do?

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-How did Dot do?

-

-You did well. 15 points.

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-Here's a clip

-of Wales playing Australia.

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-They want it on the right.

-Here it comes.

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-Bigger, Scott Williams,

-Shane Williams.

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-Shane Williams.

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-What was so special about that game?

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-You'll get the answer

-after the break.

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-Welcome back. Nige, what was

-the answer to your question?

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-What was special about

-that Wales versus Australia game.

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-Does anyone know the answer?

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-You know.

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-Shane Williams' last match.

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-It was Shane Williams' final game.

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-Dot, you interviewed Shane

-after that game.

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-Yes, I was there.

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-I was a bit confused because

-he played so many 'final' games!

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-I wondered if that

-would be the last.

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-I also did a Radio Wales programme

-about his career.

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-It felt at the time

-that I was living Shane's life!

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-There are worse jobs.

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-He's a lovely man.

-He is always the same.

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-You played in that match.

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-Was it emotional

-because of its significance...

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-..or was it just another game?

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-The whole week was a bit odd.

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-During the week...

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-..Shane told Gatland that he was

-the best Welsh player of all time.

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-Gatland put him in charge

-of all the sessions.

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-Whenever Shane wanted to

-stop training, that was that.

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-It was a bit emotional...

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-..because a lot of us had looked up

-to Shane for many years.

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-Some of the things he could do

-on the pitch were unbelievable.

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-It was a bit odd but he did

-have a lot of swansongs.

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-I think he's got

-another one this week!

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-When he's played his last game

-he'll be sitting there!

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-Shane!

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-Shane!

-

-Shane!

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-Rugby wasn't your first love.

-You came to the sport quite late.

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-I played a lot of football

-when I was growing up.

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-That's what all the lads

-did at school.

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-Then all the girls started liking

-the rugby boys so I played rugby!

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-Your father played for Wales

-and the Lions.

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-There is no doubt that you are

-your father's son. You are so alike.

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-Take a look at this.

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-There you are.

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-You must have been under pressure

-to play but did he push you?

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-You played a lot on the beach,

-practising passing.

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-It wasn't pushing. It was just fun.

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-It's just what ever dad does.

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-When he saw that Tom and I

-fell in love with rugby...

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-..he started to help us a bit more.

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-Dad didn't push us.

-He's not that type of character.

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-I think he's pleased we do play.

-He knows what rugby can give you.

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-What advice did he give you?

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-I always wanted to play

-any kind of sport to avoid school!

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-When I was fifteen...

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-..I wanted to leave school

-and play as much rugby as I could.

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-Dad told me that I couldn't play

-rugby unless I attended school.

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-I'm pleased he did that

-because it was important to do both.

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-You started playing sevens.

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-You played sevens for Wales.

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-You travel the world doing what

-you love and see some great places.

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-Did you enjoy that time?

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-It was amazing.

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-Dubai was our first port of call.

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-The only place I had been

-before I was 18 was Magaluf.

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-Everything was new to me.

-I absolutely loved it.

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-I was with my best friends

-playing rugby.

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-When you travel,

-you travel as a team.

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-You catch the flights together.

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-How did you come so close

-to missing a flight...

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-..when the whole team

-has to catch it?

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-I made a mistake...

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-..by not drinking

-before South Africa.

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-You'd never had a drink?

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-You'd never had a drink?

-

-No, I didn't drink.

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-In South Africa, my birthday

-was on the day of the last game.

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-I had to drink

-everything in the bar.

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-I almost missed the flight

-from South Africa.

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-They now use me as an example

-of why not to drink when on tour!

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-You've played a lot of games

-for the Blues. What was your first?

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-It was Leinster at home

-at the Cardiff City Stadium.

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-A funny thing happened.

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-Andy Powell turned up late after

-getting drunk the night before.

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-He turned up late and I wondered

-if this was professional rugby.

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-An interesting fact

-is that you played against Wales...

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-..before playing for Wales.

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-That was a bit odd.

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-I was going to Cancun with the lads

-on Tuesday but Dai Young rang me.

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-Yachvili was injured and he wanted

-me to play against Wales.

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-Yes, please!

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-For the Barbarians.

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-I went and Sergio Parisse was there.

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-I roomed with Rabeni,

-who has now sadly died.

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-Strange to be with players like

-Sergio Parisse and Dougie Howlett.

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-I couldn't believe it.

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-The Barbarians have a lot of fun.

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-It's one team

-you really want to play for.

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-I can tell you that they enjoy their

-time together before the match.

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-They played New Zealand

-last Saturday.

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-They would have been out

-on the pop in London.

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-We played against

-Glasgow Academicals.

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-On the Friday night,

-we had about ten pints.

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-Will Carling was with us.

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-He told me not to pass him the ball!

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-In the first half,

-we didn't pass to him.

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-He couldn't catch or see anything.

-or even stand up!

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-They still do it now. Fantastic.

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-Sergio Parisse went out the night

-before and won Man of the Match!

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-Out in New Zealand,

-you roomed with Andy Powell.

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-They asked you to look after him.

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-I was one of the youngest

-in the squad...

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-..so Alan Phillips

-put me with Powelly.

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-Every morning, Alan Phillips would

-come up to me during breakfast...

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-..and ask what time Powelly came in.

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-I told him

-"9.00pm and we watched Netflix".

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-I'd go back upstairs and

-Powelly would still not be back!

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-He'd come in and ask

-"Did you cover for me, son"?

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-"Yes, I covered for you, Powelly."

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-He'd reply "Top man"!

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-It was funny.

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-You've played in two World Cups.

-What is your highlight from them?

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-One thing stands out. Before you

-tell us about it, let's take a look.

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-Lloyd Williams has it

-Williams is over the 22.

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-Back into midfield

-and Gareth Davies!

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-Is it a favourable bounce?

-Yes, it is!

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-Fair play to Jamie Roberts. He did

-well to draw Anthony Watson in.

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-We don't often see

-the crossfield kick by the winger.

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-Oh!

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-Well done Lloyd.

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-You were responsible for England

-going out of the World Cup.

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-It's funny because everyone forgets

-the 50-metre penalty by Biggar!

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-He hates me!

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-Wales' recognized wingers

-would not have kicked.

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-They would have been

-tackled into touch.

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-They say something different.

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-I've never ever seen any of them

-kick with their left foot.

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-You and Gareth do something

-to remember that try.

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-During the following weeks,

-we used to rub it in.

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-We'd practise it endlessly.

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-Did you do that move?

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-Did you do that move?

-

-Always.

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-The lads had enough of it.

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-Lloyd, we can't have you

-on the show...

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-..without showing the interview

-you gave that went viral last year.

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-Do you know what I mean?

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-Do you know what I mean?

-

-Yes.

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-You and Edinburgh had chances

-right at the end of that first half.

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-Are you relieved going in with

-just that one-point difference?

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-A bit disappointed.

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-In English!

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-We're a bit disappointed.

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-We've got to take our chances

-in the second half.

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-You were trying

-to save money on the red button.

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-I was stitched up. I spoke with her

-in Welsh before the match.

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-When she came up to me

-I was thinking in Welsh.

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-It was planned up here

-and just came out.

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-The question was in English.

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-Any press is good press.

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-A minute to go!

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-It's time to Hit the Bar!

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-Lloyd, as you're injured,

-you can't take part.

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-You can choose one of us

-to kick at the posts.

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-Those shoes don't look

-ideal for kicking...

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-..and your knees are shot.

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-Nige, it's up to you!

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-I can't wait for this.

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-Right, 3-2-1.

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-WHISTLE

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-Oh, no!

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-WHISTLE

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-Oh, useless!

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-You need to practise

-holding those balls!

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-Hopeless, Cadi, hopeless.

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-Hopeless, Cadi, hopeless.

-

-I blame you as well!

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-He blames everyone else

-just like he does on the pitch.

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-How much did Nigel score for Lloyd?

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-I hit Cheika twice.

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-I hit Cheika twice.

-

-No, only once.

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-What was the score?

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-Well done, Nigel - not!

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-You scored 25.

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-You are a sportsman.

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-You would have been better off

-choosing me.

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-I'd get more than 25.

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-Serve you right for picking me!

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-That's all for now.

-See you after the break.

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-Welcome back. Lisa Angharad has been

-hassling the general public again.

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-The topic was the contents

-of Nigel's kitbag?

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-Are you ready to find out

-the contents of Nigel's kitbag?

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-I'm looking for victims who are

-willing to discover the answer.

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-You have to complete three tasks

-for the chance to win.

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-You have to answer a question first.

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-Let's see how

-the citizens of Carmarthen do.

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-Nigel Owen's kitbag.

-It's a treasury.

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-Who wants it?

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-From where does the kangaroo come?

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-Australia.

-Australia.

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-Australia.

-Australia.

-

-Australia.

-Australia.

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-You can play.

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-Australia is full of famous people.

-Name these two.

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-He plays cricket.

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-Neighbours.

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-# You should be

-so lucky, lucky, lucky.

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-# You should be so... #

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-Jason Donovan.

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-Dame Edna.

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-Shane Warne.

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-Well done.

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-Kylie.

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-No surname!

-You know her that well, do you?

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-On to Round 2.

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-I want you to

-get on the trampoline...

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-..and bounce like a kangaroo

-whilst completing the sayings.

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-G'day...

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-G'day...

-

-..G'day.

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-G'day...

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-G'day...

-

-..G'day Sir!

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-Which Aussies have you met?

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-G'day mate!

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-She's off.

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-G'day mate!

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-Put a shrimp on the...

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-..barbie.

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-Put a shrimp on the...

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-Put a shrimp on the...

-

-..that's Irish!

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-Tie me kangaroo down...

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-Tie me kangaroo down...

-

-..mate! No! ..sport.

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-All right.

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-Where do you put a shrimp?

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-Where do you put a shrimp?

-

-No idea.

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-It's bad. Barbecue.

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-Tie me kangaroo down...

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-..safe.

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-She's got it.

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-Off you go.

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-Tie me kangaroo down...

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-..sport?

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-Round 3.

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-You're moments away from the prize.

-Catch this ball.

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-Oh wow! You'll love it.

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-Here you are. Don't thank me.

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-You've won a pair of boots.

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-Can you smell anything?

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-Sweat.

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-Sweat.

-

-You stink, Nigel.

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-Here's your prize. Do you like it?

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-No thanks.

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-You don't want it!

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-This is really, really nice.

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-Oh yes, girls.

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-Have a sniff of that.

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-Off you go to enjoy this.

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-Do you know what to do with it?

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-Every week,

-a member of our audience...

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-..can win a prize

-with the help of our guests.

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-It's time to play Nigel's Tricks.

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-Welcome to Nigel's Tricks.

-We need an audience member for this.

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-Under one of the seats

-there's a golden whistle.

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-The golden whistle

-brings you out here for the game.

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-Look under your seats

-for a golden whistle.

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-There should be one.

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-Hello, what's your name?

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-Ceri Ann.

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-Ceri Ann from the Rhondda.

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-The guests will help you

-answer the questions hopefully.

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-I'll be turning

-one of these cards over.

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-This is Alun Wyn, Dot's mate.

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-Jonathan will ask a question...

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-..and you say

-higher or lower than the picture.

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-A bit like that old game featuring

-nice to see ya, to see ya nice.

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-Higher or lower basically.

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-There is a prize.

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-You get two chances to win.

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-Two wrong answers in a row

-and you're out.

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-If you do well you win this prize.

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-A signed Blues shirt.

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-If you lose you get Jonathan's mug.

-That's still a prize.

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-Alun Wyn has 89 caps.

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-Bernard Foley has more or less caps?

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-Less.

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-52 is the answer.

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-Shane Williams has more or less...

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-..than 52 tries for Wales?

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-More or less?

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-More.

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-More.

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-He scored 58 tries.

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-Has David Campese scored more or

-less than 58 tries for Australia?

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-Less.

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-Has Campese scored fewer

-international tries than Shane?

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-The answer is 64.

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-One life has gone.

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-They have two lives.

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-Like those there. Two lives.

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-Can a kangaroo achieve

-a quicker speed than 64mph?

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-My clue is..it can or it can't.

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-Is it quicker than 64mph?

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-Less.

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-Well done, Lloyd. 44mph.

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-Has Liam Williams

-scored more or less...

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-..than 44 tries for Wales?

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-Less.

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-The answer is eight tries.

0:42:450:42:46

-Has Michael Hooper had more or less

-than 8 yellow cards for Australia?

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-Going less?

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-I've given him five...

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-..and he's had one other.

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-Did I score more or less

-than 6 drop goals for Wales?

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-More.

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-She thinks it's more!

-You're blaming her?

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-The answer is...

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-..well done, Jiff, 13.

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-Get the next one right

-and you win the shirt.

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-How many hours does a koala bear

-sleep every day?

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-If you watch this quiz

-it'll feel much longer than that.

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-Does a koala sleep more or less

-than 13 hours every day?

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-More or less that 13 hours?

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-More.

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-Going for more.

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-She's a Blues fan and it

-all depends on your answer, Lloyd.

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-I sleep more than that.

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-Well done, eighteen.

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-Congratulations.

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-Here's the shirt.

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-Diolch.

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-Thanks for playing Nigel's Tricks.

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-Apart from the operation what else

-are you looking forward to?

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-I'll spend a month working towards

-making an early comeback.

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-I'm hoping to get back

-to weekly games with the Blues...

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-..and better results.

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-The season has been mixed so far

-but we're getting momentum now.

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-Dot, you've done

-the Cardiff half-marathon...

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-..but you've got

-a little 10K lined up somewhere.

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-A 10K over the sand dunes

-at Merthyr Mawr.

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-If you complete it

-they give you a Christmas pudding.

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-The Christmas pudding race.

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-As a family, you are

-quite obsessed with Christmas.

0:45:460:45:50

-It's already Christmas in our house.

-We're watching Home Alone right now.

0:45:500:45:54

-Why?

0:45:550:45:56

-My son is already

-quoting it in Christmas shops.

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-'Keep the change

-you filthy animal'.

0:46:020:46:05

-He's only eight.

0:46:060:46:09

-Wales play Australia this weekend.

-What will happen?

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-I think we can beat them.

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-Israel Folau

-being out is in our favour.

0:46:180:46:22

-They have played games

-so they'll be up to speed.

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-It's our first game

-and there are changes.

0:46:290:46:33

-Do you agree, Dot?

0:46:330:46:35

-They are playing well

-so I fear Australia will win.

0:46:350:46:39

-Do you think it's Australia?

0:46:400:46:42

-Do you think it's Australia?

-

-I'll say Wales.

0:46:420:46:44

-Ireland and your husband

-take on South Africa.

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-They are very physical.

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-They are very physical.

-

-Where are you tomorrow?

0:46:490:46:51

-I'm running the line for

-England Vs Argentina at Twickenham.

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-That's all tonight. Thanks

-to Dot Davies and Lloyd Williams.

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-Good luck to Wales...

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-..and the for the rest

-of the autumn and goodnight.

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-S4C Subtitles by Adnod Cyf.

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Bydd y cyflwynydd Dot Davies a mewnwr Gleision Caerdydd Lloyd Williams yn sgwrsio ar y soffa. Join Jonathan, Nigel and Sarra for pre-match fun with guests, Lloyd Williams and Dot Davies.