Good Luck - Andy Powell

By Admin on Aug 31, 11 07:00 AM in Good luck messages

Andy Powell

Age
30
Position
No. 8
Club/Region
Sale
Height
6ft 4
Weight
18st
Caps
18

The Lions tourist was the surprise inclusion in the back-row party after his try-scoring exploits against Argentina gained him selection ahead of Martyn Williams and Josh Turnbull. Needs to prove he is not travelling to New Zealand just to keep spirits high off the field.

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Heebeegeebeez said:

Good Luck Andy from the Heebeegeebeez

creamflow said:

Good luck fella, go and show them who's boss and remember "patience is the key". Will be arriving in Wellington on Friday and can't wait to see you and the boys play and give it some hwyl!

sue meredith said:

well done on your selection andy show us what you can really do.sue at the bridge crick

Grant Lucas said:

Go on Andy the PowerHouse!!!

Owain said:

Wales' Warrior at arms, raise the banner for us as you always do and show the world what commitment means. All the best mate

Princess Bob said:

How's my driving?
Phone 08442 491 999

Paul Knight said:

Sure you'll feature against Samoa. Fight fire with fire, tear flesh and smash bone; Do Not qet the ball stripped from you in the tackle and you'll do well.

The Cardiff 9 said:

Never a backward step, Powell.

Terry James said:

Well Done Andy. Keep up the enthusiasm and momentum. We are all proud of you. Win the Cup for Wales! Ter, Dan, Ella-Sioned, Sarah & Helen

BluesyTuesday said:

Hey Andy,
Glad you are able to play your part in this amazing Welsh team.
Stay focused.

Remember:


3 million Welsh Hearts
80 Minutes
15 Guys
1 Aim


Good luck boys.

Jackie Brown said:

Sam has been the victim of rough justice - its so very unfair. We are all very proud of you all and the whole squad - you have been sensational and a true credit to your country. I have never been so proud to be Welsh. We know that you have the pride, the passion and perseverance to win on Friday and you will give the performance of your lives! This will be the true final! This is the match everyone will talk about - you can go out with red shirts blazing!
Come on Wales! We are behind you all the way!

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