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Residents of Nigel Owens' home village have honoured his World Cup Final achievement.
A picture posted online by Nigel shows residents of Mynyddcerrig, near Carmarthen, underneath a banner congratulating him on being made referee for rugby's most prestigious match.
Had a tear to my eye seeing this. People of Mynyddcerrig my home village you make me so proud of where I am from. https://t.co/c41f2HWkhd
On seeing the banner, he said it brought "a tear to my eye".
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John Devereux, a former international rugby player for Wales and the British and Irish Lions, has told ITV News that the Wales team need to look at why they lack that 'cutting edge'.
The former right-wing, who played for the national side between 1986 and 1989, also criticised the style of play Warren Gatland has brought to the side.
Watch Devereux's full interview below: