Uchafbwyntiau Aberafan yn erbyn Llanymddyfri yn y Cwpan Cenedlaethol. National Cup rugby as Llandovery travel to Aberavon. Plus, a look ahead to the Women's 6 Nations with Rowla...
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-Good evening and welcome.
-We're celebrating old heads...
-..thanks to Roger Federer
-and Serena Williams.
-Both have won the Australian Open
-tennis over the weekend...
-..and both are 35 years old.
-It reminds us
-that we're not too old!
-Maybe some of us are!
-Here's what we have for you tonight.
-On this weekend of Cups,
-we follow the WRU National Cup...
-..in the race for the last 16.
-We're are the Racecourse to see
-if Wrexham's recent good run...
-against Boreham Wood.
-We feature the family...
-..who are hoping to inspire the
-women's team in the Six Nations.
-In Clwb Ni, we meet a husky
-sleigh team from Cardiff.
-Welcome to Clwb 2 and welcome also
-to our guest, Huw Jack Brassington.
-He's a man who pushes himself
-to the limits.
-This is hoe you describe
-yourself on Twitter.
-"Hairy Welsh potato who loves bacon,
-rugby and any kind of race".
-Is that correct?
-You can't beat a bacon sandwich!
-You can't beat a bacon sandwich!
-That's a good point!
-The races that you take part in
-are very extreme.
-It's something I've done
-since I had a rugby injury.
-I needed something to fill that
-void and these races do the job.
-It's great to have you here and
-we'll chat later.
-You've mentioned rugby and that's
-where we'll start.
-In the National Cup,
-a place in the last 16 was at stake.
-We start with Wednesday's match
-at Rodney Parade...
-..where Swansea met Newport.
-Wells to Wilson.
-The offload out of
-the back of the hand.
-The referee is allowing
-the play to develop.
-The kick by Wells is being chased
-by the fullback, Rhys Williams.
-He's taken it and it's a try.
-A try from nothing.
-Wells with the left-footed kick
-and Rhys Williams won it in the air.
-The visitors have the opening try
-and they stretch their lead.
-Palmer aims and finds Jones.
-The rolling maul is checked as
-quickly as possible by Swansea.
-It's still going forward.
-The maul is trundling on
-with backs and forwards involved.
-Inch by inch they are getting there.
-The try has been scored
-by the man peeling away.
-Henry Palmer, who started it
-with the throw, has the final word.
-Great counter-rucking. They can
-counter-attack with Claypole.
-Can Jay Williams,
-the lock, go all the way?
-He's stretching those legs to score
-a length of the field try.
-Swansea have regained
-Newport need to turn this pressure
-into points as soon as possible.
-The referee has decided
-that the try was inevitable.
-It's a penalty try
-for the home side.
-A third penalty has led
-to a third try.
-The conversion means that Newport
-trail by 15 points to 18.
-Newport have plenty of space
-to spread the play and attack.
-That's a pretty heavy tackle.
-Was it legal?
-The referee says it was high.
-With 70 minutes on the clock this is
-their first chance to take the lead.
-O'Brien is accurate again.
-It's Newport 21-18 Swansea.
-This guy has plenty of pace.
-Gwion Jones has run away
-from his support there.
-The ball has been filched
-by Arron Quick.
-It goes to Rhodri Usher, Pontypool's
-leading try-scorer this season.
-Back it comes to Quick who scores
-the first try of the game.
-Completely against the run of play.
-Head down and drive from Lloyd Pike.
-The try must come, surely.
-Jonny Lewis took on
-Tuipulotu on the inside.
-He nearly loses his head but the
-centre turned fly half has scored.
-Llanelli's first try takes them...
-..into the lead
-for the first time in this match.
-That's a great angle by Ben Sparks.
-It asks questions of the Llanelli
-defence on their weaker shoulder.
-Coundley strides away like a centre.
-Quick to Nash,
-with that loose, flowing hair.
-Five metres from the Llanelli line.
-They are inching their way
-to the try line.
-Llanelli dive in low.
-Fawcett with the tackle.
-Nash was trying to support him.
-He can applaud the try now.
-The all-important try
-has been scored.
-It should take Pontypool
-into the next round.
-Flynn tries to clear for Aberavon.
-That one is down the throat of
-Phil Day, the Llandovery captain.
-They spread the ball and
-it's a chance for Craig Woodall.
-Woodall cuts back inside
-and he's only a metre short.
-The ball needs recycling.
-Gibson, the scrum half, scores.
-The holders have opened the scoring
-after four minutes.
-Jones collects and Ieuan Davies,
-the hooker, spreads it.
-The Wizards are trying to unleash
-some training ground magic here.
-They spin it wide and
-David Evans crosses the try line.
-The first try for the team
-leading the Premiership.
-The Drovers are on the Aberavon 22.
-That was quite a hit on Jon Thomas.
-The play continues and Woodall
-is so strong in possession.
-Three men combined
-to bring him down.
-Llandovery want to
-spread the ball quickly.
-Eager out to Warren.
-Warren heads for the corner but
-the reverse pass puts Eager over.
-Llandovery open up a gap.
-Worrall sprints away
-and Llandovery have men to spare.
-Craig Woodall flexes
-his considerable muscles again.
-He's still going and Woodall
-wasn't going to be denied.
-Can Aberavon get a consolation try
-in the final two minutes?
-They've dropped it
-and Eager boots it away.
-Jack Parkinson, the sub,
-has fresh legs to chase it down.
-It's a kind bounce and Parkinson
-will score in the corner.
-Six tries for the holders
-in a thumping win.
-There were no shocks
-in the other matches.
-All the Premiership teams won.
-Five teams managed
-to rack up over 50 points.
-RGC 1404 took the honours with
-the highest score of the round.
-Plenty of rugby there, a sport close
-to the heart of Huw Brassington.
-He is our guest.
-The extreme races
-have taken you across the world.
-Where did the story begin?
-It started in Snowdonia
-with Always Aim High.
-There are triathlons in Snowdonia
-like the Slateman and Sandman.
-Here you are finishing.
-Here you are finishing.
-The Snowman triathlon.
-A huge grin on your face.
-That's where it all started.
-It has inspired so many people
-to get out into Snowdonia.
-Always Aim High organize
-some great races.
-We've noticed on this programme...
-..that there is so much interest
-these days in these races.
-The Welsh landscape certainly helps.
-You used to play rugby but an injury
-brought that to an end.
-It's something with which
-a lot of people can identify.
-It's a tough sport.
-So many people get injured
-and I was one of them.
-It leaves a huge void in your life.
-You don't know what to do
-with all your energy.
-I found this
-and I haven't looked back.
-In your day job, you're an
-..but have travelled the world.
-You were in New Zealand
-for the Pioneer Race.
-It's one of the world's
-most extreme races.
-This is the superb scenery
-in New Zealand.
-What was it like? You weren't
-quite ready for this race.
-It was a complete accident.
-I received an email five days
-before the race...
-..to say that a competitor's wife
-They needed someone
-to take her place.
-I said yes, something I do
-all the time these days!
-I found myself on the start line
-five days later with a hired bike.
-Next to me was a world champion
-and a Commonwealth Games champion!
-The top dogs in this sport and I was
-just a hairy potato from Caernarfon.
-I was clueless about riding a bike!
-You did very well.
-This has opened a lot of doors
-You write for a well-known magazine,
-They are publishing Welsh articles.
-Fair play to them for giving
-the Welsh language a stage.
-Not many big companies
-would do that.
-It started when I wrote a piece
-about Ultimate Hell Week.
-That was a BBC2 series.
-They liked the way
-that I wrote it...
-..and allowed me to use their
-name to enter all the races...
-..and to see what happens.
-I started writing
-in English for them...
-..and at the same time,
-in Welsh for Golwg.
-I told Outdoor Fitness about this...
-..and they were willing to publish
-my Welsh articles on their website.
-Your story is very interesting.
-We'll chat more later
-but now for some more rugby.
-You love your rugby and the
-Six Nations starts next weekend.
-It's not only the men who are
-opening their campaign in Italy.
-The women also open up
-against the Azzurri.
-There's a family who are hoping
-to inspire Wales.
-We've been to meet the father and
-daughter planning Welsh success.
-I enjoy this role very much.
-Things have gone very well.
-The women want a more professional
-They want to train the same
-as the men do.
-That's easy for me
-because that's what I do.
-I prepare men
-to play in the men's squad.
-That was quite easy,
-but I've tried everything...
-..and I hope that shows
-in the way we've prepared.
-I know that as a team
-we still have a lot of work to do.
-No games in the Six Nations
-are going to be easy.
-We've gained confidence
-and we're growing as a team too.
-I started when I was eight years old
-up in Skewen RFC.
-My cousin and I were really close.
-I went to play with the under-eight
-boys at Skewen.
-Now I'm playing over
-the bridge in Bristol.
-She had a great interest
-when she was really young.
-I knew that this was she wanted to
-The problem for my wife and I
-was that both played on Sunday.
-One of us watched one of them and
-the other one watched the other.
-We'd switch over the following week.
-That's where the interest started.
-As a father, I've had the emotion of
-seeing her grow in the game.
-Playing with the Ospreys then Wales
-when she was young and playing now.
-Seeing her on The Gnoll against
-Scotland as captain.
-I've had all that emotion.
-Now, it's different
-because I see her as a player.
-Carys is just like all the other
-players in the squad.
-If she plays well,
-she'll get a chance.
-I'm not a favourite, I'm just part
-of the team like everyone else.
-I've got a lot of respect for Dad
-as a coach and a person.
-It's great to have
-someone like that coaching us.
-Every match is on the television
-That shows how much the
-women's game has developed.
-That will be great because young
-girls can watch the games...
-..and get interested in playing the
-If we get one young girl picking up
-a ball, we're doing things right.
-Once the Six Nations is over,
-we'll have a break of a day or two.
-Maybe more than that!
-The Six Nations is such an important
-The two biggest in the world are the
-Six Nations and the World Cup.
-We have both of those
-in seven months.
-There's a lot of rugby
-in my family...
-..so getting a chance to do this
-is a big thing for me and my family.
-I just hope I can
-make everyone proud.
-If we want to improve
-we have to play against the best.
-In the Six Nations we have a
-chance to do that.
-We have an opportunity
-to prepare well...
-..to go on and play
-teams like New Zealand.
-Good luck to the women in Italy.
-We'll be following the Six Nations
-closely over the next few weeks.
-It's an exciting time
-for rugby fans.
-Huw Jack Brassington is my guest.
-You say that you know
-Dyddgu Hywel well.
-She's a familiar name
-in the women's game these days.
-I taught with her for two years at
-Coleg Meirion Dwyfor in Dolgellau.
-She's a real leader
-on the rugby field.
-You would appreciate
-the amount of effort involved.
-The women's game is becoming
-a lot more professional.
-It takes a lot of dedication.
-Yes, they have to sacrifice
-a lot of their own time.
-When we were leaving to go home
-on a Thursday afternoon...
-..Dyddgu would be going to Llanelli
-It's really tough for them
-and it's about time...
-..that the men and women's games
-were at the same level.
-I look forward to the Six Nations
-kicking off next weekend.
-Time for a break now but there's
-plenty more to come when we return.
-We were hoping to celebrate the
-successes of Lee Selby tonight.
-The boxer from Barry was all set...
-..to defend his IBF featherweight
-world title in Las Vegas last night.
-However, the bout was called off...
-..because his Argentine opponent
-failed a medical.
-Disappointment there for Selby.
-But his success
-and that of Nathan Cleverly...
-..another Welsh world
-boxing champion, in 2016...
-in Cardiff on Friday night...
-..at the Welsh Boxing Awards night.
-The Welsh boxing world gathered
-in Cardiff on Friday night...
-another successful year of boxing.
-Harry Carroll, Tony Borg and
-Charlie Pearson were honoured...
-..for their contribution Welsh
-boxing, and former referee...
-..and boxing historian,
-Wynford Jones announced...
-Jim Driscoll and Joe Calzaghe....
-..in the Welsh Boxing Hall of Fame.
-I introduced Jimmy Wilde and Steve
-Robinson into the Hall of Fame.
-It was an honour
-to speak about both of them.
-I met Jimmy Wilde when I was a child
-and 60 years later...
-..I got the chance to speak about
-him in this situation.
-I refereed Steve Robinson
-He's such a shy person
-and so unassuming.
-But he was so fit every time
-he stepped into the ring.
-Andrew Selby won the award
-for the most promising boxer.
-won fight of the year...
-..for his bout against
-Joel Tambwe Djeko.
-Of course, only one name was likely
-to win the main award of the night.
-Boxer of the year
-is Nathan Cleverly.
-He went through a bad patch.
-He made some wrong decisions
-in my opinion.
-But he then took the fight
-against Fonfara in America.
-I think that's the fight where he
-earned the chance to face Braehmer.
-They hadn't realised how strong and
-confident Nathan is at the moment.
-Two-time world champion now.
-We've got a long road ahead.
-I've got another good couple
-of years left in me...
-..and some of the best years ahead.
-We're so lucky
-to have so many champions...
-..and so many young talented
-boxers coming through.
-the picture is looking strong.
-Wynford Jones with a big night
-for boxing in Wales.
-Andrew Selby, who won
-the most promising boxer award...
-..is Lee Selby's brother.
-Two Barry boys but only
-one of them won this weekend.
-We're headed for the ice next.
-We'll have news from
-the Cardiff Devils in a minute.
-First though, Cardiff Huskies.
-Clwb Ni is very special this week.
-When I was 18, I was diagnosed
-with Multiple Sclerosis...
-..also known as MS.
-I fractured my knee
-in five places ice skating.
-I lost my legs in Afghanistan
-in 2009 after standing on an IED.
-I was born with
-cardio and congenital myopathy.
-is spina bifida from birth.
-I think what sledge hockey
-gives the individual...
-..is a sense of achievement
-and being part of a team.
-It gives you a sense of belonging,
-something you can attach to.
-Cardiff Sledge Hockey Club
-was set up in 1996.
-Andy McNulty approached the ice rink
-in the centre of town...
-..about setting up
-a sledge hockey team.
-They were given six weeks to see if
-they could get it up and running.
-Almost like one of those movies
-where everything comes together...
-..at the last minute, it was
-literally the last session that...
-..about half a dozen people
-From that they were able to form
-the Cardiff Huskies.
-The club just grew
-from strength to strength.
-In 2001, the British
-League was set up.
-Cardiff Huskies won the league.
-Unfortunately in 2006,
-the club closed down.
-I think it was really important
-for us to re-establish the team.
-It was one of the strongest teams
-in the UK at the time.
-For me it was very important
-because it gave me something to do!
-I just found a love for the sport
-..it's not the usual
-ice hockey I used to play.
-In my eyes it's exactly the same
-though you're sat on the sledge.
-Anything to get back on the ice
-is a bonus. I love doing what I do.
-It means a lot to me.
-It gives me an opportunity to play
-as part of a team.
-With other team sports like football
-it's obvious I can't play.
-I can't really run
-or take a bash to the side.
-We've been second in the league
-two years running.
-We'd like clearly to improve on
-that. We'd like to win the league.
-I like to think
-we play hard and we work hard.
-The banter we have
-on our away games...
-..the social side of it
-is really good fun.
-It's got me back into a team
-just like it was in the military.
-I'm working for people
-and they're working for me.
-It's great fitness,
-it keeps me occupied.
-It keeps my mind set on something
-to do for the rest of the week.
-Great to meet the Cardiff Huskies.
-We stay on the ice
-with the Cardiff Devils next.
-They've been at the top
-of the Elite League all season.
-The crowds are flocking
-to the games in the capital.
-Every game has 3,000 fans there.
-It was the same story last night
-against the Nottingham Panthers.
-There was a five star show for
-the manic Devil fans last night.
-The home team were on fire
-in the first period.
-The first goal
-took 15 minutes to arrive.
-with the long distance effort.
-Joey Haddad, right in front of
-the keeper, got the crucial touch.
-The next goal
-arrived 15 seconds later.
-The Devils stole the ball and Chris
-Culligan found the perfect pass.
-Matthew Myers took full advantage.
-Superb by Culligan
-and Myers doubling the lead.
-The Devils were in full control
-in front of a 3,000 strong crowd.
-The Panthers were chasing shadows.
-passed to Layne Ulmer.
-Mika Wiikman stopped
-the initial shot...
-..but he could do little to stop
-Joey Martin making it 3-0.
-Three goals in three minutes.
-Wiikman was replaced by
-Jindrich Pacl at this point.
-Pacl managed to halt the goal rush
-for the second period.
-There were more goals
-in the final period.
-The fourth came
-after great pressure.
-Possession stolen again
-and Ulmer setting it up again.
-Patrick Asselin making it 4-0.
-The Panthers had injury worries
-but the Devils showed them no mercy.
-There was time for one more
-when the Panthers tried attacking.
-Mark Louis spotted Patrick Bordeleau
-completely in the clear.
-The goalkeeper's save only increased
-Bordeleau's determination to score.
-A five star show from the Devils.
-Bowns was also on form completing
-his first shutout of the season.
-The Panthers skulk back to
-Nottingham to lick their wounds.
-The Devils care little about that.
-Here is the league table
-after last night's matches.
-It's still tight at the top
-but the Giants and the Devils...
-..are starting to open up
-a gap between them and the rest.
-I have two guests in the studio,
-two good looking guests...
-..in Huw Jack Brassington
-and the Welsh Cup.
-Huw pushes himself
-to the limits in extreme races.
-We'll chat with him
-about his future plans later on...
-..but first, we had shock results
-in the Welsh Cup and the FA Cup...
-..over the weekend.
-The smaller clubs have been having
-a ball in the Cup competitions.
-In the Welsh Cup, the Clwb cameras
-went to the borders to Guilsfield.
-They welcomed Cardiff Met.
-Cardiff Met are in the top half
-of the Welsh Premier League...
-..whilst Guilsfield are seventh
-in the Cymru Alliance.
-I've been looking forward
-to the game for weeks.
-It's a good game for us against
-a Welsh Premier League club.
-Our form has dropped
-in the league in the new year.
-This is a chance to improve
-and get a good result today.
-The corner kick
-is aimed at the far post.
-There's confusion in the six-yard
-box and the ball is in the net.
-Robbie James has given Guilsfield
-That's a mistake by the home side.
-This is a chance
-for the students to counter-attack.
-What a mess!
-Adam Roscrow has equalized
-for Cardiff Met.
-Guilsfield at sixes and sevens.
-Jordan Lam regains possession.
-Corsby has Eliot Evans
-sprinting down the right wing.
-Evans receives the ball but
-there's a hint of offside there.
-Evans gets the ball back.
-A minute after equalizing
-the students have taken the lead.
-What an effort! That's a great goal.
-Guilsfield have equalized.
-Irvine. McCarthy continues his run
-but Irvine perseveres.
-Irvine into the penalty box
-and he's going it alone.
-The ball is loose
-and the defence is a shambles.
-It's in the back of the net.
-Guilsfield have the lead again.
-The long ball forward. Litchfield
-to Cook and back to Litchfield.
-Great play by Guilsfield.
-The ball across the face of the
-goal is deflected into the net.
-It's an own goal by Emlyn Lewis.
-Guilsfield are still pressing
-despite having the lead.
-Lewis clears and
-the shot is saved by Fuller.
-The danger is still there
-for Cardiff Met.
-Henderson hits the post.
-Irvine's effort deflects away
-for a corner kick.
-The long throw towards Baker.
-The ball has been cleared,
-but only as far as Emlyn Lewis.
-Evans, the sub,
-with a pitiful effort...
-..that sums up the student's efforts
-I said before the game
-that we have been poor this season.
-The boys wanted to show
-the club and the committee...
-..that we can take on
-the big boys and threaten them.
-We've done that now.
-Let's not talk about us but
-give Guilsfield the plaudits.
-They were fantastic.
-They bossed the game. We were
-second best. Good luck to them.
-There's a good vibe around the club.
-It's a nice break from the league.
-We're not doing
-that well in the league...
-..so we're looking forward
-to the draw.
-Cup football is brilliant.
-Who can argue with that?
-Quite a few unexpected results
-Look at the clubs
-from the Huws Gray Alliance.
-Prestatyn thrashed Aberystwyth.
-game against Rhyl was live on S4C.
-Sgorio will have
-all the highlights tomorrow.
-Llanfair Utd beat Cefn Druids which
-means that in the last eight...
-..there are four Huws Gray Alliance
-and four Welsh Premier sides.
-TNS are there. Trundle's Magic Daps
-couldn't stop them.
-This is how the draw panned out
-live on S4C yesterday evening.
-is a home tie against Bala.
-Caernarfon travel to Llanfair.
-Prestatyn, clear at the top of
-their division, play Connah's Quay.
-TNS play Bangor and one of
-those matches will be live on S4C.
-Lots of excitement in the Welsh Cup.
-Who will lift this majestic Cup?
-We're off to the Racecourse now
-as we feature Wrexham.
-It's been quite a good new year
-so far despite losing on 1 January.
-They've been on a good run since.
-Boreham Wood were the visitors.
-Ollie Shenton is on loan from
-Stoke City. This is Rutherford.
-Rutherford crosses looking for
-White. Kenny Davis heads clear.
-Only as far as Russell Penn.
-Penn is still looking
-for his first goal for the Reds.
-Tilt with the free kick towards
-the giant, Jordan White.
-Inside to McLeod
-who's brought down by Devera!
-Anthony Barry. Smith had no hope.
-first goal of the season.
-Penn. Shenton. McLeod.
-McLeod on a run. Smith saves.
-Matthew Paine gets hit in the head.
-If anybody has an apt surname,
-He's controlled things in midfield.
-He spreads the play to Rutherford.
-The defender is Ilesanmi.
-He crosses. White!
-An excellent save by Smith.
-A great cross and a perfect header.
-Evans, the captain, is on as a
-To Shenton. Shenton has room
-to shoot! Excellent from Smith.
-It's a corner.
-Carrington out towards McLeod.
-It bounces back to McLeod.
-Loose from the defender, Ilesanmi.
-White is calling for it.
-White shoots! Smith saves!
-A good shot from White.
-Boreham Wood are getting back into
-the game in the second half.
-There's a chance for Jeffrey!
-Just inches wide
-from Anthony Jeffrey.
-Jeffrey to Ferrier.
-Back to Anthony Jeffrey.
-He's past Riley. Danger here.
-There's no doubt that's a penalty.
-Carrington was the culprit.
-What on earth was he doing?
-This is Ferrier. Oh, Morgan Ferrier.
-That was a Panenka!
-It's all square at 1-1.
-Jennings. To Rutherford. Massanka.
-Smith stops it.
-Rutherford's in for it. It reaches
-White. Smith falls on it.
-He's not at all happy
-had every right go for this.
-One more chance possibly.
-Carrington crosses to the middle.
-Handball by Devera!
-gives away a second penalty.
-It's Rooney against Smith.
-It's his ninth goal of the season.
-Wrexham make sure of a fourth win
-on the trot at the Racecourse.
-Overall we deserved
-the three points.
-We did OK in the first half
-without looking too spectacular.
-We controlled the game
-in the first half.
-Our tempo wasn't quick enough.
-We didn't play with enough fluency.
-We had a couple of chances,
-should've gone two or three up.
-I warned them at half-time
-We were nowhere near good enough
-in the second half.
-Four games unbeaten and four wins
-from the last six.
-Is reaching the
-play-offs asking too much?
-Who knows? It's only ten points.
-We'll keep an eye on Wrexham.
-Huw Jack Brassington
-has been my guest tonight.
-This isn't your natural environment.
-You like the wide open spaces
-running those extreme races.
-What's up next for you?
-The Dragon's Back race is coming up.
-That's an interesting race.
-Tell us all about it.
-This is an extreme race
-even in the world of extreme races.
-There's only been
-three of them since 1992.
-There was a 20-year break
-after the very first one.
-They couldn't find
-enough people prepared to do it.
-You can get lost doing it.
-It's being held
-every other year now.
-It starts in Conwy, takes in
-all the peaks of Snowdonia...
-..and eventually winds itself down
-to the Brecon Beacons.
-How many days is that?
-How many days is that?
-I have no experience of this race.
-They hand out extensive advice
-on how to approach it.
-How to go from no experience to one
-of the toughest races in the world.
-I've had all kinds of experiences
-from my other races.
-like falling out of my kayak.
-They give you a step-by-step guide.
-I can see the excitement
-in your eyes.
-What is it about
-these extreme challenges?
-A lot of people are drawn in.
-It's growing all the time.
-People have more free time perhaps.
-All I know is that
-once you've done one it gets to you.
-You just want to do more.
-The source of the obsession
-is different for everyone though.
-I do it because I know
-we only get one shot at life.
-I want to race every race,
-do everything and taste every food.
-At the end of the race
-you can eat whatever you like.
-I'd never thought of that.
-Unfortunately, I don't do the race.
-I go straight for the food.
-It's been nice meeting you.
-Enjoy the races and
-the articles that come from them.
-I'm sure extreme racing is
-being taken up because of you.
-Huw's been with us today and there's
-plenty of sport on S4C this week.
-Sgorio tomorrow night
-and live on Saturday.
-We'll be back on Sunday.
-Thanks for joining us and goodnight.
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