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Maureen,   I too am a happy woman and waiting for the 17th March when Wales meet France for I shall be there at the Millenium Stadium to see Wales win the Grand Slam..............hopefully.  





   Marie and Maureen, I am with you all the way as far as the 17th March is concerned.  Although I consider myself an English Rose  I have Welsh ancestors and always cheer Wales on when they are playing anyone other than England. I enjoy singing the Welsh National Anthem at full volume before their matches, ( that must be the Welsh blood coming through! ) and I don’t want to make you jealous but I rubbed shoulders with J.P.R in the medical  students bar at St.Mary’s Hospital in 69/70.  

  Unfortunately, the match takes place on the wrong Saints’ Day but let’s hope that St.Patrick is smiling on the Welsh.     (He couldn’t possibly smile on the French!!   )



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I enjoyed the match but being English I would have liked England to win and thought that for a new team they played well. I do have a foot in both camps though as my Mum was welsh.

England women beat Wales women 33 - 0
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Quoting: vicky codling nee bassett[/B]
I enjoyed the match but being English I would have liked England to win and thought that for a new team they played well. I do have a foot in both camps though as my Mum was welsh.

England women beat Wales women 33 - 0

Maybe they were more "abreast " of their game than their Male counterparts.;) ;) ;)
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It may be of some consolation to the Welsh contingent of these forums to know that the French team are going through the same transition as England are  at this time.
You all must realise, of course, that they  will be no push-over and Wales will have to be at the top of their game to overcome an attacking side that give no quarter.
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It did help a bit that the last try was scored with just a little help of a knock on .
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