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Tuesday, 18 November 2008

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Charlotte Church's voice 'As loud as Jet Engine"

The Welsh team plan to counter the All Blacks Haka with Charlotte Church in the upcoming Test Match at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.

Welsh Team Manager Taff Thomas said that in the light of recent pre-match shenanigans including the Irish Riverdance and All Black pig sacrifice,the team does not want to be unprepared.

The popular Welsh chanteuse will sing 'Cwm Rhondda' (Land Of My Fathers) immediately following the Haka.

Ms Church has a strong association with the Welsh Rugby team, her boyfriend being current Welsh International Player Gavin Henson.

Mr Thomas continued "These days you have to take a holistic approach to the game, its changed you see.In the old days it was just a Thursday night practice and a few beers afterwards at the pub".

"But the modern game is light years ahead of that now,with every move being recorded on video, statistics available to the coaches,hours and hours of gym work and so on."

"We have to be up with the play in all departments.
Charlotte has been training with the lads this week and she got a good working over in the rucks but she's such a good sport you know."

"She makes a really good hooker"added Thomas.

"The real weapon she has is her incredible voice.Its been measured at 140 decibels which is equivalent to a jet engine at 100 feet.This is able to cause permanent hearing damage."

"We are hoping that this will disrupt the All Blacks line-out calls and set moves, due to the players not being able to hear the calls."

"Hopefully the boys will be able to take advantage of this."

"Our players are being issued with ear plugs for the start of the game so they wont be affected by the noise"

All Black spokesman Frederick Dagg said the the team would not be intimidated by such tactics and vowed that the New Zealand forwards would reduce the Welsh team to 'pulp' and that they would only be suitable as an ingredient for "Leek Soup".

Popular Welsh crooner and keen Rugby fan Tom Jones when asked whether the Welsh team often stoops to such underhand tactics replied "Its not unusual"

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