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PLAYER PROFILE: JON CLARKE
What is your favourite food? Fajitas; home made. They are
better at home than when you eat out. I like both steak and
chicken, but sometimes both to mix it up a bit.
What is your favourite drink? Vimto.
What was the last film you saw and was it any good? I’ve
been watching South Park, which is really funny. They rip on
anything!
What is was the last album you bought/downloaded? The
new one by Kasabian, ‘West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum’.
There are some really good songs on there, but some not so
good ones too.
What is the last book you read? ‘Agincourt’, by Bernard
Cornwell. It’s about the battle of Agincourt and a lad growing
up to be an archer.
Who is your hero? My dad, and Lance Armstrong, who is a bit
of a legend.
What was your first car? A Vauxhall Corsa, which I’ve still
got. I only passed my driving test a couple of years ago
Which three people, dead or alive, would you invite to a
dinner party? Peter Kay, because he’s funny. Steve Irwin, who
was a good lad, and Michael MacIntyre.
Where is your favourite holiday destination? Miami, because
it’s got a nice beach, the sun, and lots to do. I’ve always had
good holidays there.
Where is the best away stadium to play? Kingsholm. Beating
them this year was massive, as it is one of those places where
they boo anything you do.
Can you remember your first ever try? No – I was too young!
I was about eight and was playing for Frome – where Jenson
Button is from!
What would you do if you weren’t a rugby player? I would
be a basketball player. I would need to be a bit taller though,
because I can’t slam dunk at the moment!
Do you have any habits or superstitions? No!
Do you have any hidden talents? No – I got lucky with rugby!
What are your ambitions? To keep playing to a decent
standard and never go backwards. Also to settle down, get
myself a nice place, the little things.
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