an image essay by Mathew Browne
With all the Brexit uncertainty surrounding us, enjoy this epic moment of Welsh-European goodwill and fair play: Nantgaredig v Sweden from 18.03.17 – the final day of the 6 Nations. Nantgaredig RFC, currently third in the WRU Division 3 West B league, won 46-5, with Sweden scoring a consolation try in the dying minutes…
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Mathew Browne is a photographer living in west Wales.
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