Clive Rowlands: I pass my cap every morning and say 'thank you'
If Wales coach Warren Gatland needs a motivational speaker ahead of the Six Nations showdown against England then Clive Rowlands could be his man.
The former scrum-half captained his country on his debut against England in 1963 and suggests that the passion of the fixture could even motivate him to put in a decent performance at 77 years of age.
Rowlands, who coached Wales to a Grand Slam in 1971, managed the British and Irish Lions and was president of the Welsh Rugby Union, took Sport Wales on a trip down memory lane.
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