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Royal Welsh fire a warning in the Premiership

An hour before kick off Tidworth experienced it’s own mini tornado, large hail bombarded the pitch and the chance of any spectators watching this match appeared to be zero…….., however as the referee blew his whistle to start this Premiership match the sun was out and the Royal Welsh were here to show that the lessons from their game one defeat against the Rifles in Belfast and the stuttering game two win over the Welsh Guards had been taken on big style.

They welcomed back Army second row Paul Llewellyn who lead from the front and he displayed what a skippers role was all about; tactful diplomacy with an experienced referee and the respect and direction to his team got the best out of him and them, top job.

RW break outRW break out

The Welsh totally dominated the game, the Gunners never gave up and should be congratulated for their persistence and ‘never say die’ attitude. Credit also to the teams who played without their Army U23 players who were in camp for the coming game against the Royal Air Force. One man on the pitch making a big impression was Lt Jones playing for the Welsh in the second row; an Oxford Blue and Barbarian cap he is a man to watch out for in a RED shirt…

RW fly high against GunnersRW fly high against Gunners

The game was a try fest for the Welsh running in three in the first forty and a further six in the second half. The Premiership is in full flow, the big guns muscles are flexing and the quarter finals in January are sure to attract some mouth watering matches. One thing’s for sure the Royal Welsh will not be a team any opposition are going to look forward to tackling…

Jones on the chargeJones on the charge

Click here to match video; which can be viewed on the ARU video website.

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