News 6 December 2013
Youngsters getataste of their rugbydream F
OUR youngsters have kicked off their dreams of playing rugbyfor Wales, thanks to Puffin Pro-
duce’s Blas yTir brand. The Haverfordwest-based growers’ co-
operative bought akicking masterclass atacharity auction and chose four young players from Pembrokeshire’s county under-15 team to experience the opportu- nity of alifetime at the home of Welsh rugby. DannyRawlings from Hook, Dion
James from Cilgerran, Aaron Cookson from Cosheston and DannyWainwright from Manorbier received kicking tips from Welsh stars Leigh Halfpenny, Dan Biggar,RhysPriestland, James Hook, Rhys Patchell, and formerWales interna- tional kicking legend and nowcoachNeil Jenkins. “We purchased the kicking master
class opportunity at acharity auction and decided to offer it to some young
rugbystars from local clubs,” said Puf- fin’s managing director,HuwThomas. “It wasatremendous experience for
them and one I’m sure they won’t forget, and maybewe’ll see them wear the red jersey ofWales in afew years time!” The masterclass at the Millennium Stadium waspart of Wales star Ryan Jones’ testimonial year programme and he said hewasimpressed with the young- sters. “I thought they were fantastic,really
good,” he added. “I think they learned athing or two
from our boys. They have the potential and nowhavetogoawayand work at it.” DannyRawlings plays forTasker Mil-
ward and Haverfordwest RFC, Dion plays forYsgol Preseli and Cardigan RFC, Aaron plays forPembroke Sec- ondary and Pembroke DockQuins,while DannyWainwright plays forGreenhill and Narberth RFC.
STARS OF THE FUTURE: Danny Rawlings, Dion James, Aaron Cookson, and Danny Wainwright at the kicking masterclass with Leigh Halfpenny and Rhys Patchell at the Millennium Stadium.
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POTATOES, cabbage, cauliflower and leeks have taken to the small screen this week as part of acam- paign to get more people eating Welsh vegetables this season. Through its Blas YTir (Taste of the
Land) brand, Haverfordwest-based majority farmer-owned vegetablecom- panyPuffinProduce Ltd, is running a two-week television campaign showcas- ing its range of Welsh vegetables, including savoycabbage, swede,leeks and the award-winning and aptlyfes- tive-namedRudolph potatoes. “Our latest campaignbuilds upon the tremendous responsewehad to our first television advertisement backinthe summer forour Pembrokeshire early potatoes,” said Puffin’smanaging direc-
tor,HuwThomas. “This time we have expanded the campaign to include the whole range of Blas YTir branded vegetables on sale here inWales. “Turkeymaytake centre stage on the Christmas dinner table, butitwould be nothing without piping hot, delicious vegetables by its side.Wewant to make people aware of the wonderful range of Welsh-grownvegetables availableon their door-steps and give the forthcom- ing festive season some extra hwyl.” The advert first aired on Monday, on
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