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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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