Liam Williams Wales 43-14 Georgia: Welsh open Rugby World Cup campaign with sloppy bonus point win

    Liam Williams Wales 43-14 Georgia: Welsh open Rugby World Cup campaign with sloppy bonus point win

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    Wales opened their Rugby World Cup account up with a bonus point victory over minnows Georgia.

    It took Wales just three minutes to open their account, with Gareth Davies breaking quickly from a scrum and sending Jonathan Davies through a huge midfield gap.

    Jonathan Davies finished with ease, and although fly-half Dan Biggar somehow hit the post with his conversion attempt from straight in front of the posts, Wales were off and running, 5-0 ahead.

    Biggar then made amends for his earlier blunder, kicking a short-range penalty that put Wales eight points clear after seven minutes.

    Wales were all over their opponents during the opening quarter, and it was no surprise when a second try arrived after 13 minutes.

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    Josh Adams scores Wales’ third try
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    Biggar’s slick pass put wing Josh Adams into space and – despite a supporting Gareth Davies being tackled – flanker Justin Tipuric gathered recycled possession and touched down, with Biggar adding the extras.

    It was very comfortable for Wales, and they were further ahead in the 20th minute when Adams finished brilliantly following a 40-metre run after Biggar’s clever inside ball, and another successful conversion made it 22-0.

    Georgia’s trademark scrummaging power surfaced when they finally moved close to Wales’ 22, but a lack of poise and precision with ball in hand denied them a

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