Warburton aims for Six Nations Title

The Welsh national team captain is positive of Wales’ chances at capturing the 2012 Six Nations trophy. Sam Warburton believes that the Welsh players will be able to lift the trophy above their heads on March 17. That’s when their play the last match of the tournament against France, at the Millenium Stadium, in Cardiff.

Warburton noticed that all tickets for the last game of the tournament have been already sold out and thinks that fans and rugby experts expect that Wales will provail this year. Sam confirms that the upcoming match against Ireland, in Dublin, is the most important. A win is needed in order to start the campaign with maximum confidence.

Week 1 of the 2012 Six Nations also schedules England vs Scotland at Murrayfield (Edinburgh) and France vs Italy at the Stade de France, in Paris.

Wales hosts Scotland on February 12, for the 2nd match-day of the tournament, before traveling to London for a battle royal with England, at Twickenham Stadium. Next they host Italy during week 4 before the already mentioned clash with France.

Sam Warburton also follows his skipper instincts and demands for all British fans to cheer for Andy Murray during the Final stages of the Aussie Open Grand Slam!

WALES SWEAT ON FITNESS

The Wales rugby team is literally sweating it out as they are panicked and worked up regarding their condition in the Six Nation’s Championship.

With their flanker, Dan Lydiate forced off due to the presence of an ankle injury, their fitness squad hopes that no one else has to face such a fiasco as this will only make the team’s strength weaken and put them in a difficult position when it comes to the Six Nation’s matches.

Dan left the field during the game at Rodney Parade and the club is yet to find out how long it will take for him to recover back to full health. Dan’s ankle injury has been there for quite some time now during this season and he has missed two World cup pool games for the same reason.

The Wales rugby team is just worried and scared whether the same fiasco will not happen again this time at the Six Nation’s Championship. With Dan, becoming one the best flankers and a key personality in the team it was quite a shock to hear about the injury.

A club always gets worried when their key important players are compromised for any problem whatsoever. They just hope that nothing like this happens during important matches.

They realize that it is going to be a great loss for the Wales rugby team if Dan is ruled out of the opening game of the six nation’s championship against Ireland scheduled to be played at Dublin on the 5th of February.

The entire Wales rugby squad moves over for their training session sometime next week to build up on their skill and performance and ensure that everything is worked about smoothly at the end. Let’s hope everything worked out well for the Wales rugby team.