Good Luck - George North

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

George North

6ft 4
16st 4

The Scarlets teenage sensation is being tipped to be one of the World Cup success stories. Standing at 6ft 4in and 16st, the barnstorming wing already has six tries in eight Tests after bursting onto the scene with two on his debut against South Africa.

Enter a concise good luck message below. These messages will be printed on the players' Welsh jerseys which they will wear at some point during the Tournament


Dylan Thomas said:

Good Luck George! All Scarlets and Wales rugby fans are behind you!

Rhodri Williams (9) said:

Come on big man your the best
You can win
Come on Georgy!!!

OspreyTaff said:

George - Even as an Osprey fan, I think your the best winger we have in Wales at the moment, that's including Shane (tongue in cheek) ;-). Good luck young man, I hope you have a cracking world cup and I hope you open the Boks up a couple more holes ;-)

Janet Fry said:

Gwisg genhinen yn dy gap a gwisg hi yn dy galon.

Owain said:

Success is yours for the taking. love your steely determination and ability to read the game. Champion


You are the youngest so when you train think of the suffering through cancer they may be deaf dumb blind and unable to walk. So use you're strength to good effect

Terry James said:

Congratulations George on your brace against Namibia and your brilliant performances against SA & Samoa. You are a legend in the making! Best of luck in winning the Cup! Ter, Dan, Ella-Sioned and Helen

Mike said:

Your time to shine George...Go Hard boy!!

Rhys Davies said:

Pob lwc yn erbyn Iwerddon George - smash Tommy Bowe to bits!

Iago ap Steffan said:

A star in the making - pob lwc against Ireland Georgey! : )

Bethan said:

Pob lwc yn erbyn y Gwyddelod - dal ati efo'r gwaith gwych

Laureanna McGee said:

Pob Lwc George! So good to see such an inspiring Gogledd Boy!

colin williams Clwb Rygbi Pentyrch said:

Gogleddwr oedd Dewi Bebb hefyd!

Jayne said:

Continue your fearless type of play. You are a joy to watch.thrilling and entertaining. Go George Go- bring the cup home to Wales, the welsh fans love you !!!!!!!

Dafydd Morgans said:

Pob lwc yn erbyn y Ffrancwyr a sgoria cais i ennill y gem i Gymru. Mae'r Ffrancwyr yn mynd i lawr!!

Tegid Phillips said:

Fy enw i yw Tegid Phillips a fi yn 9. Fi'n cefnogi'r Sgarlets. Pob lwc yn erbyn Ffrainc a gobeithio y byddwch chi yn gallu ennill.

ysgol y wern said:

pob lwc ar dydd sadwrn coch am cymru cymru am byth oddi wrth cameron a benjamin Ysgol Y Wern

ysgol y wern said:

pob lwc yn y gam e dydd sadwrn erbyn frainc wrth benjamin a cameron :)

tracy jones said:

hi Georgie wishing you all the best for saturday know you,ll do us all proud all of wales are behind you babe can,t wait to see you all in the final :) WALES FOREVER xx

Gethin Price said:

Good luck tomorrow m8 . Might be a coincidents but pwllheli are playin llangefni youths aswell. Hope all goes well

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!

W Spearshaker said:

I'm so tough that when Chuck Norris' daughter lost her virginity I went and got it back


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