Practise makes perfect! #Shorts #Skills #RWC2021

Practise makes perfect! #shorts #skills #rwc2021

World Rugby published this video item, entitled “Practise makes perfect! #Shorts #Skills #RWC2021” – below is their description.

The Wales national side ahead of the Rugby World Cup 2021 showing that practise really does make perfect when it comes to skills!

#Rugby #Shorts #Skills #RWC2021

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