Alun Wyn Jones Mumps outbreak forces rugby club to postpone premiership matches

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Alun Wyn Jones Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones began his career in 2004 with the Swansea Rugby Club, which has been forced to cancel two matches in 2020 due to a mumps outbreak.

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Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones began his career in 2004 with the Swansea Rugby Club, which has been forced to cancel two matches in 2020 due to a mumps outbreak.

A Welsh rugby club – which once beat the All Blacks – has postponed a second consecutive match due to a mumps outbreak.

Swansea RFC – the first club side to beat the All Blacks after a 11-3 win in 1935 – has had eight players and a coach laid low by the viral illness.

They were forced to postpone a Welsh Premiership match against Aberavon on January 4, and also called off last Saturday’s scheduled game against competition leaders Cardiff at Swansea’s St Helens ground.

Swansea charman Stephen Hughes toldWales Onlinethe situation had worsened in the past week.

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Alun Wyn Jones An image from the Swansea rugby club depicting their famous win over the All Blacks in 1935.

An image from the Swansea rugby club depicting their famous win over the All Blacks in 1935.

“Aberavon were understanding of the position last week when we had two cases,” Hughes said.

“The numbers then started to get a bit silly, so we put in a request to

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