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Wales Church

324 W Cedar

Shelton, Washington,98584

United States

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Gavin Henson
ONE has to now feel a tinge of pity for Gavin Henson. His story is turning into a bit of a farce, and a French one at that! Life is definitely leading him a merry dance... Gavin Henson Strictly Come Dancing So it all started in 1982 when he was born in Pencoed, South Wales and discovered rugby early on. He played for his school in Bridgend before signing for Swansea in 2000. At some point he began his addiction to St Tropez self tan...we've never seen an untanned pic yet! But that didn't blind the WRU to his potential and by 2001 he had played his first game for his national side against Japan, and was awarded the prestigious title of IRB Young Player of the Year. So this strapping 6' 14st lad starts to make his mark on world rugby... Swansea RFC becomes Neath Swansea Ospreys and then just Ospreys and much branding and rebranding occurs for the club and the player. He gets picked for the British & Irish Lions tour to SA in 2005, plays one game, gets injured, comes home; gets busted for elbowing on the pitch and gets banned; publishes the most ill-advised biography in rugby history in which he slags off his team mates and the Lions Tour and is baffled at why he's not liked much. Around the same time he started seeing Welsh 'Voice of an Angel' turned wild child, Charlotte Church. Despite her antics, she has always been popular and rightly so since she's so endearing, even if she is ever so slightly a control freak...many successful women are you know! From then on it's pretty much downhill for his reputation at least...maybe he missed the lesson at Bridgend on teamwork, camaraderie, having your teammates' back, but anyway. So he's fairly rude, quite obnoxious, but is involved in both of Wales' Grand Slam wins. But a pattern starts forming in that he plays really well, starts to impress on the pitch at least, then picks up a nasty injury and is out for ages! Somewhere along the line he must have acquired a guardian angel albeit temporarily as he gets busted again...this time by the cops for disorderly conduct on the London-Cardiff train, but the charges are dropped by the CPS due to insufficient evidence. So, a celeb girlfriend, two kids and a country manor later, and something possesses Henson to 'take a break', and reality TV is that break...he comes runner up in some obscure programme called '71 Degrees North', where 10 'C' list celebs need a career revival so try to get to the North Cape...wherever that is! Despite all this, Henson somehow survives until week 10 on rather more popular 'Strictly Come Dancing', whilst making all the right noises for his imminent return to rugby. During 'Strictly', Saracens announce the signing of 'Welsh International Star' Gavin Henson...bells, whistles, blah blah blah. And after 'Strictly' comes the big comeback at, of all stadiums, Wembley - famous for Wales' historic defeat of England in 1999. So 21 months away from premiership level rugby and Saracens have Henson on the bench; he sees 29 minutes of uneventful play, and is only participant in 4 games, so now it's February 2011. And it appears Sarries have no intention of playing him in his ideal positions either. Gavin Henson Saracens A calf tear in January rules him out of the Wales Six Nations squad before even any announcements are made, but Henson must realise that if he is to prove himself to Wales coach Gatland as a contender for the Rugby World Cup 2011, he needs to play some serious rugby, and that ain't happening in England. Gavin Henson So now everyone's happy [except maybe Saracens]. Quicker than one could possibly score a try, Toulon have a new utility back, Henson has a shiny new two and a half year contract in a place where he can throw out the bottled St Tropez if Jonny's year-round tan is anything to go by, and life is good... Except - because Henson signed with Saracens, who registered him with the ERC to play in the Heineken Cup, and then he did play for Saracens in said Heineken Cup in January, albeit as a replacement, the ERC rules say he cannot be registered a second time in the same tournament in the same season for a different club. "The rules are clear," said an ERC spokesman. "Once a player has been named in a match 23 for a Heineken Cup match, he may not play for another club in the tournament that season. He does not have to step on to the pitch. Gavin Henson is cup-tied and Toulon have been informed of that."

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3. Gavin Henson
Gavin Henson (28) is a Welsh rugby player who plays for the Ospreys and the Welsh national team. He was the International Rugby Board's Young Player of the Year in 2001 and a part of the national team which attained Grand Slams in the Six Nations Championship in 2005 and 2008. He was named man of the match in the EDF cup Semi Final in 2008 when the Ospreys beat Saracens. He is also known for his relationship with singer Charlotte Church. He appears in advertisements for Nike pro, Matalan, and Brains brewery.

Gatland has already seen Rees (hooker), centre Gavin Henson (wrist) and wing Morgan Stoddart (broken leg) sidelined from World Cup contention, so 53 times-capped Jones' condition demanded caution.
Gatland, though, now has other options, despite losing two full-back alternatives in Stoddart and Henson. He was playing really well and putting pressure on people, and the same with Gavin. Jonathan Davies (Scarlets) replaces the injured Gavin Henson and is re-united with Jamie Roberts (Blues) in the centre, although it is Roberts who will fill the inside centre berth. Gavin Henson faces a tough task tp play for Wales in the World Cup WALESÂ star Gavin Henson has delivered a brutally honest assessment of his World Cup chances, claiming: "I need to do something pretty special." The race for World Cup places gathers pace this weekend when England arrive in Cardiff for Wales' penultimate Test match ahead of their departure to New Zealand. Wales coach Warren Gatland will name his 30-man squad in just under a fortnight's time, and Henson accepts the clock is ticking. Henson is expected to be handed a chance at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday in what would be only his second Wales appearance since March 2009. And having never played in a World Cup - he was overlooked eight years ago, and then ruled out by injury ahead of the 2007 tournament in France - the 29-year-old former Ospreys, Saracens and Toulon centre knows what is at stake. "There is huge competition for places, and I just hope I get a chance in one of these games," said Henson. Henson played a full part during Wales' punishing training camps at the Olympic sports village in Spala, Poland last month and there are no issues whatsoever with his fitness, despite minimal game time this year. After numerous injury setbacks that prompted a long self-imposed exile from rugby which only ended last Christmas, the double Six Nations Grand Slam winner is ready to state his World Cup case. "I've had quite a bit of time out - I haven't managed to have too many games under my belt - but the body is feeling good," added Henson, who started Wales' defeat to the Barbarians in early June. Henson has also underlined his desire to play regional rugby in Wales again following stints in the Aviva Premiership and French Top 14. "I have always said I hope the Ospreys would have me back," said Henson, who is currently without a club.

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Gavin Henson believes his chances of returning for Wales in the Six Nations after making his rugby comeback have been boosted by their poor autumn form.

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