London Welsh Jewell in the crown kicks the impossible

Wimbledon Guardian: Top kick: Seb Jewell, in action against Molesey, kicked between the posts from the corner flag during a training session Top kick: Seb Jewell, in action against Molesey, kicked between the posts from the corner flag during a training session

Anything Ulster’s Paddy Jackson can do, London Welsh’s Seb Jewell can do it too.

The Welsh back took up the challenge of replicating Jackson’s kick from the corner flag during an Ulster training session ahead of the club’s recent Heineken Cup game with Castres.

The Ulster fly-halves’ effort rebounds off the upright and goes over between the posts.

Jewell took to Welsh’s training ground at Old Deer Park this week to try his luck at emulating Jackson, and left footed nailed the kick at the second attempt.

Jewell, 24, was part of the Exiles’ Championship winning side last season, having joined the club from Wasps, and kicked the winning conversion against Exeter Chiefs last month to give Welsh their first-ever Aviva Premiership victory.

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7:28am Sun 28 Oct 12

Dan Filson says...

An amazing kick! More Richmond residents should support London Welsh, either by popping up to Oxford for the home games (there's a Supporters' Club coach from Old Deer Park each match) or supporting the lower teams which still play in Richmond - the "A" matches are cracking fixtures, and we will shortly have two full 1st XV Amlin Cup matches against overseas clubs at Old Deer Park. There's a great atmosphere and you don't have to be Welsh enjoy it.
An amazing kick! More Richmond residents should support London Welsh, either by popping up to Oxford for the home games (there's a Supporters' Club coach from Old Deer Park each match) or supporting the lower teams which still play in Richmond - the "A" matches are cracking fixtures, and we will shortly have two full 1st XV Amlin Cup matches against overseas clubs at Old Deer Park. There's a great atmosphere and you don't have to be Welsh enjoy it. Dan Filson
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