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|Place: Parc y Scarlets, Llanelli Date: Sat, 22 August Kick-off: 15: 00 BST|
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Wales and Scarlets prop Wyn Jones ought to have been getting wed last weekend, but was instead preparing himself for the resumption of the rugby season.
Jones was scheduled to commemorate his wedding to Jeian Lewis prior to it was held off for a year.
So rather of jetting off on honeymoon, Jones is set to load down versus Cardiff Blues in Llanelli on Saturday.
” There’s nothing we can do about it,” stated Jones, 28.
” I was indicated to get married last Saturday so it was a slightly different weekend for myself.
” We will postpone it for a year and it runs out our hands so ideally it will all go to plan.
” Due To The Fact That of the Covid rules, we weren’t able to proceed and we’re wanting to do it next September.”
It does not sound as if Jones will have much useful input into the big day.
” Jeian supervised of arranging whatever,” said Jones.
” I was simply nodding in the background. I believe she’s got everything prepared for next year. In a manner she’s needed to organise it twice, however she’s probably delighted in that!
” It’s not perfect, but it’s what we have actually needed to do. She would have been better if it would have happened last week, however there’s absolutely nothing we can do about it.”
Jones has actually kept himself fit during the five months away from rugby by assisting on the household farm.
” If you live in town, it most likely would have been tougher to keep fit,” said Jones.
” However since I survive on a farm, there sufficed work for me to do, and there was adequate room for me to go running. I enjoyed my time at house, and it was easy enough for me to keep fit.
” Apart from running and raising weight in the house, I would do what needed to be done on the farm.
” I sheared the sheep, did a bit of fencing work, anything my papa asked me to do truly. Ideally I was a great deal of assistance to them.”
Now the time has come for regional rugby to return with a number of weekends of Welsh Pro14 derbies to finish the postponed 2019-20 season, albeit with a coronavirus scare over Dragons’ star centre signing Jamie Roberts to consider.
” As a rugby player the last thing you most likely thought of was rugby at the time over the last five months,” said Jones.
” There are bigger things and it’s important to care for your liked ones.
” We have actually discussed it [rugby returning] being the start of some normality back in our lives.
” We have all missed playing and it’s interesting to return on the park and have some competitive rugby.”
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