Ellis Jenkins, a talented Welsh backline, admitted that after his outstanding performance in international competitions. Taking part in the Rugby World Cup in France is his long-term goal. The flanker was sidelined for 26 months after a serious knee injury, but Jenkins performed very well when he entered the test for the first time in three years. Rugby Fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.

Jenkins taking part in the Rugby World Cup in France is his long-term goal
Jenkins taking part in the Rugby World Cup in France is his long-term goal

Though losing to World Springboks 23-18, the 28-year-old was impressive. Finishing his comeback as the Wales captain after Jonathan Davis left the field.

Ellis Jenkins admitted there are more short-term goals to be achieved before he really thinks about the 2023 Rugby World Cup. Bbut the back row insists the game is his ultimate goal.

“The World Cup will certainly be there, you always try to set short-term and long-term goals for yourself,” he said.

“For over two years, returning to the stadium has been my sole focus.

“Since it’s been trying to get back to where I was, I came back. It’s great to come back and play. But I want to get back to the level I think I can play.

“I may not be there yet. This is what I want to realize. But I’m willing to work hard to get there.

“Which takes a lot of work. I am now or do my best. I’m trying to physically get back to where. But I’m trying to get on the right track to reach my goal.”

Ellis Jenkins

The Springboks captain, Siya Kolisi, is a great admirer. And he spoke enthusiastically about his opponent’s number after a fierce test match.

“He’s obviously a good guy, isn’t he, Siya? He just said, ‘It’s nice to see you again,'” Ellis Jenkins added.

“When I was injured, he gave me a jersey for our 2018 game. A few weeks later, Siya was at the Barbarian and sent me his jersey.”

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 Siya Kolisi is a great admirer and he spoke enthusiastically about his opponent's number
Siya Kolisi is a great admirer and he spoke enthusiastically about his opponent’s number

Wales vs SouthAfrica

At the same time, after Wales pushed South Africa to its limits, Jenkins easily placed team disappointment above personal achievement.

“Especially the way you lose, your competitor, you are disappointed in losing,” he said.

“You can see what this means to all of them, my best friend are all here. My family, and my girlfriend. This is a part that people can’t see.

“It’s great to have everyone present. It should have been great to end with a win.

“A lot of people are used to rugby without an audience, this is actually not approximately, I’m used to and I strength only play three or four games without throngs.

“I always say that except for rugby, it runs along West Gate Street (to the stadium). When people ask what it’s like to play at the Principality Stadium.

“This really prepares you for the race, everyone is screaming, you get out of the car.

“Any chance to play for Wales is a great honor. We are lucky enough to be able to do what we do and it will never be forgotten.”

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