Liam Williams Rugby World Cup: Wales Open Campaign With Six-Try Win Over Georgia

Liam Williams Rugby World Cup: Wales Open Campaign With Six-Try Win Over Georgia

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Wales opened their Rugby World Cup campaign with a bonus-point 43-14 victory over Georgia in Toyota City on Monday. The victory not only sent out a signal of intent to main Rugby World Cup Pool D rivals Australia, who beat Fiji in their opener, but also dispelled any doubts there might have been of a hangover in the Welsh camp over the sending-home of assistant coach Rob Howley amid allegations of illegal betting. Four slick first-half tries from Jonathan Davies, Justin Tipuric, Josh Adams and Liam Williams ensured the bonus point for the Six Nations champions, who were given a stern examination by a strong Georgian scrum that came to life in the second period.

“It was a good first half for us and we were pretty happy at half-time,” said Wales coach Warren Gatland.

“A little bit messy in the second half but the ball was quite slippery out there and it was hard to hold on to it. We scored a few nice tries and we’re happy with the bonus point.”

There were barely two minutes on the clock when centre Davies was played in under the

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