Fatherhood in, throwing Champions Cup Lou Reed.
“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
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
“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!”