Good Luck - Gethin Jenkins

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

Gethin Jenkins

Age
30
Position
Prop
Club/Region
Blues
Height
6ft 2
Weight
18st 9
Caps
76

Whether the Lions Test loose-head adds to his 76 caps is doubtful after not playing since January with toe and calf problems. But Wales are prepared to take him to New Zealand injured and not having played a game for nine months shows how important he is considered to the cause.

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Comments

Owain said:

the nation is relieved by your presence, you are key to our success and I know you wont be letting anyone down

jean smith said:

Come on Gethin, score another try, show them how it's done. Glad to see that you are back to top form. Come on the lads!

Terry James said:

Gethin our very own prop idol & front row Legend, What a try against Namibia! Good luck in winning the Cup for Wales! Ter, Dan, Sarah, Ella-Sioned & Helen

margaret said:

well done and good luck on Saturday to you and all the boys, wish we could be there

jean said:

Come on Gethin, score another try.

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!

BRIAN said:

HI GETHIN, ANOTHER BIG GAME ON FRIDAY. AGAIN WE ARE ALL BEHIND THE TEAM. VERY BEST OF LUCK.

Anne said:

Should be a good game tomorrow - the team has the support of a nation behind them. You have made us all very proud - hope you manage to enjoy the game and put back the winning smile on the faces of all the squad.
Wales is now firmly on the rugby map once more - and more importantly you've all distinguished yourselves on and off the field. Respect is something that is earned not always freely given but the whole welsh squad, coaching staff and support staff have the respect of our hosts in New Zealand. Well done and thank you.

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