Good Luck - James Hook

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

James Hook

Outside half / centre / full-back
14st 12

Vital to Welsh World Cup hopes with his ability to unlock defences. Showing signs he now has tools to manage a game in preferred position at outside-half but might still be needed at centre or full-back.

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Jack Robinson said:

Good Luck Hooky!! Have a brilliant world cup!

Rhodri Williams said:

Come on Hooky you can win the World Cup !!

cheryl evans said:

cum on hooky boy lets win the world cup.

Richard Phillips - age 6 said:

Best Wishes Hookey for the World Cup,hope you and the boys can bring the cup home to Wales

Graham Davies said:

Hookie, you're the best number 10, but the undoubted number 1! If you do your best, you can lead us to glory!

Owain Leclare said:

good luck hook ! we need you at ten ! your the sparkle that can light our world cup !

hooky u should be put at outside half for this game against south africa and by the way good luck

Owain said:

Your tenacity and quick thinking will do us proud, I am sure the world will be in awe

Rhian Morgan said:

Good Luck Hooky!! Kick it for Cymru! x

Brook Jenkins said:

James Hook, you are one hell of a kicker! one of the best, you can help lead wales to victory, YOU CAN DO THIS JAMES!

Gareth Rowlands JP said:

You can do it! We are behind you all the way and we are all in Wales very proud of you all!

Paul Knight said:

Hooky you played exceptionally-Well in a great Team performance.

Now the World knows the potential of this Wales Team.

Watch-out the World!

Paul Knight said:

A great performance from you and the Team Hooky.

Now the World knows the potential of Wales.

We are ALL Proud of You.

So, always remember - CYMRU AM BYTH!

Terry James said:

Best wishes for a speedy recovery James. We need your silky world class skills for the knockout stages. Best of luck in winning the Cup, Ter, Dan, Ella-Sioned, Sarah & Helen

Christine Hulmes said:

Good Luck on Saturday. I shall be supporting you and the rest of the team.

ysgol y wern said:

pob lwc ar dydd sadwrn dere mon hook :)

Gwen said:

Good luck for Saturday James. Back where you belong at number 10.

Gwyn Warlow said:

Good luck mate! Just play your game!

Ysgol y wern said:

Pob lwc ar ddydd Sadwrn, mae pawb yng Gnymru tu ol i'r bechgyn.
Gwnewch eich gorau glas, mae Cymru yn falch ohonoch chi,
Ysgol y wern ystalyvera

Huw Evans said:

COME ON HOOKY!!!!!!! show gatland why he shuld of picked you at fly half in the other games CMON HOOKY

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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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