Zapping World Fifteen “I’ve come a long way”, Mathieu Bastareaud revels after his comeback
This Saturday was the day of big firsts for Jack Willis. If he had played his first minutes under the red and black tunic last week during the meeting against LOU Rugby, the English third line had his first tenure against Perpignan, in a packed Ernest-Wallon stadium. Meeting where he was one of the architects of Toulouse’s success (34-13) by scoring his first try at the start of the second act (50′).
To pay France Blue Occitaniathe latter spoke about his feelings after all his first times.
“It’s an incredible feeling. A new experience for me, with a new audience. It was very special, plus with my little boy on the sidelines. A great day.”
The former London Wasps player, landed a few days ago in Haute-Garonne, also returned to his integration into the group.
“The guys, players and staff, helped a lot. I was very well received. They translated for me what I don’t understand, during meetings for example. They made things easy.”
For France Bleu Occitanie, Jack Willis notably returned to the feeling that predominated after his first tenure at Ernest-Wallon and his first try in his new colors. As well as on his integration into the group.