Louis Rees-Zammit gives rival rugby fans a terrifying update in latest interview
By Rugby Onslaught

Louis Rees-Zammit gives rival rugby fans a terrifying update in latest interview

Wales winger Louis Rees-Zammit has sent a terrifying warning to all those that are going to face him in this year’s Six Nations.

The 2021 British & Irish Lion, who recently turned 21, said that he has got even faster compared to last year, which will be an unpleasant thought for his opponents after the carnage he caused last year.

This is what he said:


That pace was certainly on display for Gloucester against Newcastle Falcons at the weekend, as Rees-Zammit scored a try only seconds after coming on as a substitute, skinning five defenders in the process. Take a look:


Rees-Zammit is set to start on the left wing against Ireland on Saturday at the Aviva Stadium in the opening round of this year’s Championship. Ireland are a firm favourite going into the competition, but they will be wary of the threat the Gloucester man poses. Meanwhile, fellow winger Josh Adams moves to outside centre.

Wales head coach Wayne Pivac said: “We’ve selected Josh Adams at 13. It’s something we’ve been thinking about for a while. He’s done it in training and in small doses at the end of a game. We think this is a golden opportunity to answer that question.”

Wales senior men’s team to face Ireland (Saturday 5 February, KO 2.15pm. Live on ITV and S4C)

15. Liam Williams (Scarlets – 74 caps)
14. Johnny McNicholl (Scarlets – 8 caps)
13. Josh Adams (Cardiff Rugby – 35 caps)
12. Nick Tompkins (Saracens – 16 caps)
11. Louis Rees-Zammit (Gloucester Rugby – 12 caps)
10. Dan Biggar (Northampton Saints – 95 caps), captain
9. Tomos Williams (Cardiff Rugby – 29 caps)
1. Wyn Jones (Scarlets – 38 caps)
2. Ryan Elias (Scarlets – 23 caps)
3. Tomas Francis (Ospreys – 60 caps)
4. Will Rowlands (Dragons – 13 caps)
5. Adam Beard (Ospreys – 29 caps), vice-captain
6. Ellis Jenkins (Cardiff Rugby – 14 caps)
7. Taine Basham (Dragons – 7 caps)
8. Aaron Wainwright (Dragons – 34 caps)

16. Dewi Lake (Ospreys – uncapped)
17. Gareth Thomas (Ospreys – 5 caps)
18. Dillon Lewis (Cardiff Rugby – 34 caps)
19. Seb Davies (Cardiff Rugby – 13 caps)
20. Ross Moriarty (Dragons – 49 caps)
21. Gareth Davies (Scarlets – 65 caps)
22. Callum Sheedy (Bristol Bears – 13 caps)
23. Owen Watkin (Ospreys – 26 caps)