Good Luck - Jamie Roberts

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

Jamie Roberts

Age
24
Position
Centre
Club/Region
Blues
Height
6ft 4
Weight
17st 5
Caps
32

Lions Test player of the series has recently shown glimpses he is returning to form of 2009. Pivotal to the Welsh attacking game plan in getting his 6ft 4in 17st frame over the gain line while his defensive strength has never been in doubt.

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Comments

Ellis Tinsley said:

You're my hero Jamie, do it for Wales!

Janet Fry said:


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

Owain said:

You have truly earned your place in the squad and long may you continue to raise the bar and set the standard

Brook Jenkins said:

JAMIE ROBERTS YOU'RE ON OF MY BIGGEST INSPIRATIONS!
you and the squad can lead wales to victory!
but no matter what we are 100% supporting wales weather you get through to the finals!
best of luck, from one of your biggest admirers!

brook jenkins said:

COME ON JAMIE DO US PROUD LIKE YOU ALWAYS DO! You can help lead wales to victory! awesome player!

maxine carrigan said:

Come on jamie baby do us proud like you always do x

Jack Robinson said:

The Lion has returned!! Go Jamie!

Terry James said:

Jamie, it's fantastic to see you back to your world class best! Keep the momentum going. Yr wyt yn chwaraewr more bwysig i Gymru, a phob lwc am ennill y Cwpan Byd! Ter, Dan, Ella-Sioned, Sarah and Helen.

beth denman said:

Will be watching you on Saturday.Screaming my support at the TV,while you show the Irish how to play rugby. Supporting you all the way Cariad am byth.Beth xxx

David James said:

The wife and I will be up at 5.30 to shout you and the boys to victory.Not spoken to my Irish son in law all week.On way to pub to discuss game with English supporters because we live in Lancashire and are spreading the gospel about this great Welsh team.Good luck to you and the boys you can do it.

cole said:

Break that line Boy!!!!!

colin williams Clwb Rygbi Pentyrch said:

"Cymru, byth" medd papurau'r Sais. "Cymru am byth" medden ninnau!

Jayne said:

What the mind believes the mind achieves
Believe you can succeed and you will!
Jamie, you are just what the doctor ordered to bring the world cup to Wales.!!!
All Wales is behind you.Got Bless the Welsh team!!!!


Shan Martin said:

Fantastic Win today against the Irish, you are playing so well. Can't wait for the French game, please send my Good Luck wishes to all of our Brilliant Welsh Team!!

Delyth Williams said:


Perfformiad ffantastig bore ma Jamie gan yr holl dim. Pawb yma yn siarad amdano a phawb yn dymuno pob lwc ar gyfer y gem nesaf. Rho ein dymuniade gore i`r tim i gyd. Cofion gore, Madame Williams!!

Tegid Phillips said:

Fy enw i yw Tegid Phillips.Fi yn 9 a dwi'n chwarae i CRICC dan 10.Mae'r bois yn meddwl bod ti a'r garfan yn chwarae'n ardderchog.Pob lwc yn erbyn FFrainc.
TEGID

Ann Hopkins said:

Yr un peth eto erbyn Ffrainc Jamie. Pob lwc i pawb yn y tim! Mae'r Ddraig goch yn ffyrnig!

alison indge said:

INSPIRATION, MOTIVATION and a pinch of CREATIVITY - COME ON WALES - YOU CAN DO IT !
FROM THE INDGE FAMILY @ Y-FENNI

Iw Lew said:

Well done Jamie, now go all the way... Come on WALES!!! YMLAEN CYMRU!

jono said:

Win the cup playing proper rugby Jamie! From an ardent but disappointed England fan now following wales!

Richard Lockett said:

Well done Jamie. You've found your form at the right time and as a distant relative I've been following your exploits on the field with glee. Give it to the French tomorrow, and go out there and enjoy yourself.

Owain Evans said:

Come on Jamie you can do it!! Do it for Wales!!

Gareth Coward said:

Come on Jamie, go hard son!!! Every Welshman is cheering for you in Australia

Jayne said:

Don't be too hard on yourselves,you were cheated out of victory by the half French Ref. All Wales are proud of the teams'performance.you have all done us proud!!!

Jackie Brown said:

Come on Wales!


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 all guns blazing!
Come on Wales! We are behind you all the way!

dave said:

So proud of the performance you and the rest of the team put in against France-showing the world what a magnificent team we have-a team with so much more to come. Have a great game against the Aussies!!

Dafydd Morgans said:

Gemau bendigedig ac yn anfodus erbyn Awstralia.Mwynhewch y trip adref.Rydych yn heuddi parti enfawr!

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