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ONE fan who saw his outrageous play on Wales violence Australia come to zero following a Wallabies’ 30-26 feat in Cardiff on Saturday insists he doesn’t have any regrets.
Roofing executive Steve Richards from Pontypridd, north of Cardiff, defied contingency of over 3,800/1 to dip a 38,970 bruise ($70,000) kitty with heading British bookie Ladbrokes when he managed to rightly envision 12 football formula final weekend.
But rather than put all a income in a bank he immediately reinvested a whopping 30,000 pounds ($53,875) on a Wales win during small contingency of 5/6, even yet they’d mislaid their prior 8 Tests opposite Australia, a run now extended to 9 true defeats.
Things looked good for a 56-year-old Richards when Wales scored a first-minute try during a Millennium Stadium and afterwards twice led by 10 points.
Australia fought behind yet one some-more try would have seen Wales to victory.
However, even yet a Wallabies played a final few mins a male down after Quade Cooper was sin-binned, a clinching measure valid over Wales.
But Richards, who would have pocketed 55,000 pounds in sum had Wales won, told Wales on Sunday: “It was a bit of bad fitness losing a play yet I’m still roughly 9000 pounds improved off than we was when we started. we don’t know how anybody could be unhappy with 9000 pounds.
“I don’t bewail putting a play on since we had fun and felt comparatively ease via a game.
“My business is doing good during a impulse and to be honest we don’t see that 30,000 pounds as cave anyway as we won it, so we haven’t unequivocally mislaid anything.
“At a finish of a day we play since it’s fun and I’m unequivocally loose about it. Health is what’s unequivocally critical to me.”