We got there and were a little lost and a man asked us what we were up to and he said we looked lost. When we looked up it was the one and only Barry John!
My two heroes are Rob Howley and Neil Jenkins and i never in my wildest dreams expected to be in the members club being bought a drink by Barri himself then he took us the inner sanctum!!!!
As if my day couldn't get any better a steward had seen us with Barry and recognised our North Wales accents and took me to by the changing room door
With Paul Jones's winning try my dreams continued to come true by all the (gorgeous!) players signing my autograph book then out came the duo and my heart sank! Rob and Neil stepped out and signed my book!
Amazing as it was my day totally extended my excitement when they both put their arms around me and had a photo with me (which are now hanging on my wall!)! it was the best day ever ! I ended up crying with joy! It was a perfect day!
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