WRU and Scarlets Rugby Star Liam Williams Enjoys Pre Six Nations Short Break

By Owain Betts Scarlets Liam Williams at Bluestone

Wales and Scarlets rugby full-back Liam Williams knows how to prepare for the upcoming Six Nations – with a much needed chill out at Bluestone National Park Resort in Pembrokeshire with friends.

Liam, who suffered a shoulder injury earlier this month, is determined to be an integral part of the upcoming internationals after being selected by coach Warren Gatland and like many of his rugby colleagues he knew one place to go to prepare.

“It’s been a hectic season, both a club level and following the autumn internationals. Everything was going well until the shoulder injury against Glasgow earlier in the month but everything’s looking good now and I’m firmly focused on the Six Nations after being selected this week,” said Liam.

“A lot of the lads at the Scarlets and in the Wales squad have been to Bluestone and recommended a break there to take a little time out to chill and prepare and after a long weekend it’s been great.”

Liam was joined by some Scarlets and Swansea FC team mates during his stay, not only chilling but enjoying some of the all-weather activities and some “me” time at the Well Spa Retreat where he was pampered in readiness for a return to the pitch.

“If there’s one thing you need to do when preparing for something like the Six Nations, it’s to be physically and mentally ready. And after the stay at Bluestone I’m definitely in a good place to take on the international challenge again,” added Liam.

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