Good Luck - Mike Phillips

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

Mike Phillips

Age
29
Position
Scrum-half
Club/Region
Bayonne
Height
6ft 3
Weight
15st 10
Caps
54

Lions Test star has put off-the-field troubles behind him to show how important he is to his country. Wales will need his physical attributes if they are to come through tough group.

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

Comments

Rhian Gough said:

Good luck Mike. Lets bring the cup home this year. Good luck in all the games and score plenty of tries.xx

Rhian Gough said:

Good luck Mike. Lets bring the cup home this year. Good luck for all the games and score loads of tries.xx

Adrian,Lynnette,Jonathan & Richard,Gilfach said:

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

Janet Fry said:


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

Owain said:

back on peak form and giving us all the hope we could ask for. You are key to our plans, will be looking forward to your roll in this cup

Thomas Mason said:

pob lwc Mike! oddi wrth Thomas a pawb o St.clears Juniors rfc!

maxine carrigan said:

Show us your wild side mike! Good luck x

Rachel Lloyd said:

Good luck in all the games. You are a key member of the team mike, keep that temper cool!! Bring the cup home for us boyos x

Steve Phillips & Barbara Locke said:

Pob lwc Mike,ti yw'r gorau! Daliwch ati.

kate said:

Come on boys, be bold, be brave and let's beat the Irish.

Terry James said:

Mike, you are playing wonderfully and back to your Grand Slam winning best! Y mae pawb yng Nghymru yn falch ohonnot ti! Keep the momentum going and Win the Cup for Wales! Ter, Dan, Sarah, Ella-Sioned & Helen

ETLIZABETH JONES said:

Thought I would celebrate my birthday by sending you a good luck message. the whole team have played great rugby lovely to watch you score that fantastic try against ireland.x.x.

Tegid Phillips said:

Fy enw i yw Tegid Phillips fi yn 9 ac yn dod o caerdydd.Rydw i'n chwarau rygbi i cricc.Da iawn yn erbyn Iwerddon a gobeithio rydych chi'n gallu meiddi FFrainc,yn gyfan gwbwl roedde't ti wedi chwalu'r Gwyddelod.Pob lwc yn erbyn FFrainc a gobeithio rydych chi'n gallu chwalu'r FFrancwyr hefyd.
TEGID

Bethan said:

Pob lwc yn erybn y Ffrancod - cefnogaeth di ddiwedd yma yng Nghymru. Dalier ati

ysgol y wern said:

pob lwc am fori dere mon cymru gwnewch ei gorau glas oddi wrth jasmine freya mali natalie morgan :)

PLANED said:

Good luck tomorrow. Let's get that cup back home in Wales. Here's to you and all the Welsh Team from the PLANED Staff in Narberth

Liwsi & Dafydd Ebsworth said:

Go Mikey Go. All the best for tomorrow

Sandra Drew from Aberdare said:

GOOD LUCK BOYS

YOU CAN DO IT BOYS
BRING IT HOME

Tess Bartley said:

Terrible decision over Sam's red card. We're all still so proud of how well the squad has done this year and Wales has definitely been the best team to watch in this tournament. It still hurts but this team has plenty of talent and time to display it at future competitions.

Good luck on Friday.

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! Give us a few more of your outstanding tries Mike!
Come on Wales! We are behind you all the way!

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