Liam Williams Wales carve their way through Georgia and grab bonus point victory

Liam Williams Wales carve their way through Georgia and grab bonus point victory

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Wales 43

Georgia  14

WALES MADE LIGHT work of a big heavy Georgia pack to get their World Cup campaign off to a storming start.

Georgia’s pack – led by incoming Munster coach Graham Rowntree – found some dominance in opposition territory and forced two second half tries to.

But, but once pinned back, they were unable destabilize a Wales attack which carved their way to four first-half tries.

While Warren Gatland was without his long-term assistant Rob Howley, the attack looked in rude health as they found their scores with minimal fuss from clinical set moves.

Jonathan Davies struck an early blow for the Grand Slam champions, storming under the posts on first-phase off Gareth Davies’ excellent flat pass.

Georgia’s defence was caught flat-footed repeatedly ni the first half as Dan Biggar and wing Josh Adams twice combined to create near-identical line-breaks.

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