• by Will Coleman

    Gwarior Rugbi the Rugby Player just wants to watch the gig rowing without further injury
  • This is Gwarior Rugbi.
    Gwarior Rugbi ov vy” says Gwarior Rugby, “I’m a Rugby Player”
    Gwarior Rugbi has come down to Town Quay to watch the gig rowing and has brought Kador with him.
    Yma garr derrys dhymm! I’ve got a broken leg!” says Gwarior Rugbi
    Mes, yma ow hador genev vy. But, I’ve got my chair with me.”
    After struggling to get his chair in place, Gwarior Rugbi is pretty tired.
    Res yw dhymm esedha!” he says, “I need to sit down!”
    Gwarior Rugbi loves his chair,
    My a gar ow hador vy!” he says “I love my chair”
    Ober da!” says Kador “Proper job!”

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  • The racing is getting exciting and Gwarior Rugbi hobbles down to the end of the quay for a better view.
    Deun yn-rag!” shouts Gwarior Rugbi “Come on!” as the Porth Under 16’s team turn the mark in third place.
    When Gwarior Rugbi gets back to Kador, he finds a little girl sitting there with her sun-burnt Dad looming large behind her.
    Gav dhymm!” says Gwarior Rugbi “Excuse me! An gador na yw ow hador vy! That chair is my chair!”
    Res yw dhedhi esedha,” says the little girl’s Dad “She needs to sit down, yma bys shyndys dhedhi! She’s got a hurt finger!”
    Yma bys shyndys dhedhi?” says Gwarior Rugbi “She’s got a hurt finger? Yma garr derrys dhymm! I’ve got a broken leg!
    Dad just folds his arms and raises his eyebrows.

     

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  • Gwarior Rugbi leaves the little girl sitting there and hobbles back down to the end of the quay for the next race.
    Deun yn-rag!” shouts Gwarior Rugbi “Come on!” as the Porth Ladies’ A team turn the mark in second place.
    When Gwarior Rugbi gets back to Kador, he finds a little boy sitting there with his well-built Mum standing guard.
    Gav dhymm!” says Gwarior Rugbi “Excuse me! An gador na yw ow hador vy! That chair is my chair!”
    Res yw dhodho esedha,” says the little boy’s Mum “He needs to sit down, yma glin shyndys dhodho! He’s got a hurt knee!”
    Yma glin shyndys dhodho?” says Gwarior Rugbi “He’s got a hurt knee? Yma garr derrys dhymm! I’ve got a broken leg!”

    Mum just folds her arms and raises her eyebrows.

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  • Gwarior Rugbi leaves the little boy sitting there and hobbles back down to the
    end of the quay for the next race.
    Deun yn-rag!” shouts Gwarior Rugbi “Come on!” as the Porth Men’s A team
    turn the mark in first place.
    When Gwarior Rugbi gets back to Kador, he finds a very attractive young woman
    sitting there.
    Gav dhymm!” says Gwarior Rugbi “Excuse me! An gador na yw ow hador vy! That chair is my chair!”
    Mes, res yw dhymm esedha,” says the young woman “But I need to sit down.”
    Eus glin shyndys dhis?” says Gwarior Rugbi “Have you got a hurt finger? Eus glin shyndys dhis?” says Gwarior Rugbi “Have you got a hurt knee?
    Yma garr derrys dhymm! I’ve got a broken leg!”
    Nag eus!” Says the young woman, pulling off her blanket “No, yma diwar derrys dhymm! I’ve got two broken legs!”

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  • Gwarior Rugbi misses the end of the Mens A race because he is too busy trying to share Kador with the young woman.
    Res yw dhyn esedha,” they say together “We both need to sit down.”
    When they are comfortably squeezed up together, they both laugh.
    Ni a gar agan Kador ni” they announce, “We love our Chair!”
    “Pyth yw an poynt?” groans Kador, “What is the point?”

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