Good Luck - Stephen Jones

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

Stephen Jones

Age
33
Position
Outside-half
Club/Region
Scarlets
Height
6ft 1
Weight
14st 7
Caps
100

Major injury doubts surround the record cap holder going into the tournament after calf trouble has plagued him for a month. No longer first choice but Lions stalwart can still provide vital experience.

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Helen said:

Pob Lwc Stephen yn dy 4ydd Cystadleuaeth Cwpan Y Byd. =)

Helen said:

Pob Lwc yn dy 4ydd Cystadleuaeth Cwpan Y Byd Stephen. x

Gill Williams said:


Pob Lwc Stephen bach ! Cymmer ofal.

Gillian Williams said:

Pob Lwc Stephen - cymmer ofal.

Janet Fry said:


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

Owain said:

looking forward to your return, may the force be with you :)

jackiedavies said:

Good luck stephen you are the best from jackie and megan

Terry James said:

Stevo, you are our perfect ten! One Hundred not out and counting! Cawr Cymru. Pob lwc am ennill y Cwpan, Ter, Dan, Ella-Sioned, Sarah a Helen.

Terry James said:

Stevo, Cawr Cymru a Deg Perffaith! One Hundred not out! Pob lwc am ennill y Cwpan Byd! Ter, Dan, Ell-Sioned, Sarah a Helen

Terry James said:

Stevo, Cawr Cymru a Deg Perffaith! One Hundred not out! Pob lwc am ennill y Cwpan Byd! Ter, Dan, Ell-Sioned, Sarah a Helen

Stacey HOSKIN said:

I think you are the key to the Welsh game.On
Saturday remember what you did in Paris in 2005!
Good Luck!

Ewan "Cambel" Jones said:

Pob lwc i ti Stephen bach, fel ni gyd fydde Grav yn prowd iawn arnat ti am beth wyt ti wedi gwneud dros clwb y Scarlets.Dymuno pob llwyddiant i ti yn Zeland Newidd, phob bendith yn y dyfodol i chi fel teulu bach. Pob Hwyl

Colin Williams CLWB RYGBI PENTYRCH said:

"Cymru, byth" medd papurau'r Sais."Cymru am byth" medden ninnau. I'r gad, fel bydde Grav yn dweud!

Steffan Bennett said:

Pob lwc Jonesy - Do Wales proud..as usual!

Dafydd Morgans said:

Dala ati.Effallai daw dy gyfle i chwarae yn erbyn Ffrainc.

kath edwards said:

rwyt ti,n heiddi un tro arall

colin williams Pentyrch RFC said:

Dal i gredu.Daw fe ddaw dy gyfle!Bydd Grav 'da ti.

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 with red shirts blazing!
Come on Wales! We are behind you all the way!

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