When i came to my senses and finally got round to the point of asking how much the tickets would cost, to my delight, they were for nothing a friend of a friend had them given to him and they didn't want them.
In a confused state i was told to travel from Pontypridd (where i live and study) to Swansea to pick up these tickets, but i had to be there between the hours of 08:00 and 09:00am.
After arrival at Swansea train station i meet the friend out he was waiting for me with these tickets, he had a disappointed look on his face and he said "i wish i was going with you but iv made other plans" and he extended his arm and gave me (to my surprise) 4 tickets instead of 2. I offered to pay but he said no.
So i was off with the tickets back on the train, Cardiff Central and the Millennium Stadium. There i met up with my brother who i gave 2 to, and then met up with me mate. On arrival to the seats, 1 in 75,000 chance we sat next to one of our fellow students mother.
After a most exciting game, we made our way to weatherspoons, where more to our surprise was Hemmi Taylor enjoying a cold beverage. After cold beverages ourselves we made our way to the springbok bar, where surprisingly enough I shook hands with an open side legend Bret Sinkinson, also had a hello from Lee Jarvis and my mate saw Gareth Wyatt relieving himself in the lavatory. Then we got very drunk in the welsh club.
The annual Women's club launch was held at the Wales Centre of Excellence where National Women's Head Coach and Programme Lead Rhys Edwards, Competition Secretary Adrian Howell and Cardiff Met player Ffion Jones express eagerness for the new campaign to get under way.
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