Good Luck - Dan Lydiate

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

Dan Lydiate

6ft 4
17st 10

Dragons destructive flanker has made the Welsh number six jersey his own. Dubbed the 'White Samoan' because of his hard tackling. Might have to play at openside during tournament because no specialist cover for Warburton.

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Owain Leclare said:

After that neck injury you had, look back and think of where you are now .. hope the best in your upcoming matches and please don't get injured us dragons need you !!!

vincent leclare said:

dont worry about sightseeing, you will return downunder as a lion !

Owain said:

Could not imagine how much worse off we would be without you in this competition, but glad we do not have to realize it

Elin said:

Good luck Dan, and the whole team! Show everyone what Wales can do!

Osprey Taff said:

Hi Dan

Hope the injury gets better soon, we need you for the quarters and beyond ;-)

Terry James said:

Hurry up and get Well Soon Dan. Your performances against SA and Samoa were brilliant! Win the Cup for Wales! Ter, Dan, Sarah, Ella-Sioned & Helen

Rowly Jones said:

firstly Dan,hope your fit and well for Wales's sake. We really DO need your skill at the breakdown.Between you ,Toby,and Sam.we have the best backrow unit we have had for yours.

Pauline and rachel said:

Good Luck Dan from us all at the Ridgebourne Inn In Llandrindod
We're proud of you all

Paul said:

There's a rumour going around that Superman wears Dan Lydiate pyjamas.There's only one man of steel.

Tegid Phillips said:

Hi my name is Tegid Phillips.I am 9 and i play for CRICC in cardiff.Me and my dad think that your tackling is fantastic.Knock those French down on saturday.Good luck and hope you can win.

ysgol y wern said:

pob lwc ar ddydd sadwrn, coch am cymru cymru am byth oddi wrth Elise a Conner Ysgol Y Wern,Ystalyfera

Josh+Jordan said:

Pob lwc, Rydych chi fy hoff person yn hanes rugbi, rwy'n dy garu ti, Rydych chi y person gorau sy'n chware yn blaen ysgellwyr hefyd rydych chi'n well na Richie Mycow Pob lwc ir Boys i gyd.

Diolch Oddi Wrth
Ysgol Gynradd Y Wern Ystalyfera

conner said:

Dewch cymru mae mrs flowers a ysgol y wern yn gwybod bod cymru mind i naid yn dda

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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