Fa­ther­hood in, throw­ing Cham­pi­ons Cup Lou Reed.

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“has helped me gain a dif­fer­ent fo­cus out­side of rugby. When I go home my son doesn’t know if I’ve won or lost, or if I’ve had a tough day at train­ing. He’s al­ways smil­ing and ready

to play.”



I make sure I’ve got the right call, make sure I’m set up how I want and make sure I get my tech­nique right. Then hope­fully it all goes

to plan!”

“The quar­ter-fi­nal in Llanelli against La Rochelle was pretty spe­cial. It’s the first time Parc y Scar­lets has been full to the brim for a big Euro­pean game and to get the win prob­a­bly makes it my best mo­ment in rugby so far.” “The fun­ni­est thing I’ve seen on the pitch in­volves We were play­ing against France U19 in Lille and one of the big French sec­ond-row’s boots had come off. I watched Lou go to the touch­line,

pull the boot from un­der his jer­sey and throw it off the pitch!”

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