Friday, December 25, 2009

Halfpenny eyes Six Nations redemption.

Winger Leigh Halfpenny says the burning disappointment of their November international results can spur Wales to Six Nations glory.

Warren Gatland's men end 2009 on a low note after conceding four tries to Australia in their 33-12 defeat at the Millennium Stadium, where the All Blacks also triumphed in the autumn.

But despite critics accusing Wales of going backwards over the last 12 months, Halfpenny maintains they have made progress under Gatland.

He said: "Wales are going in the right direction and we're moving towards being up there with the top three teams in the world.

"We were very disappointed with our performance against Australia in the last game. We felt as though we pushed New Zealand all the way and we were disappointed that we didn't nail that game.

"The fact we felt we could have got a victory and to be saying that means we are moving in the right direction.

"After the Australia game Warren and Shaun Edwards told us that they never want to feel the same disappointment again.

"It's really exciting at the moment and I'm really looking forward to the Six Nations coming up. We will be going all out to regain that title from Ireland."

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