Cape Town - Wales coach Warren Gatland has revealed his players celebrated their 22-20 victory over South Africa in Washington DC on Saturday night with
Hadleigh Parkes' stag do.
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According to the Wales Online website, the squad are only due to travel to
Buenos Aires on Sunday night, which left them plenty of time to have a
night off and 'enjoy each other's company' in the words of Gatland.
remain, understandably, sketchy, but it seems the tradition
of having a few beers on tour is still going strong.
"The boys are going to have a good night, Hadleigh Parkes’ stag do tonight," said Gatland in the post-Test press conference.
"I think we need enjoy each other's company so it’s a nice excuse to go and celebrate too."
When pressed for more details, Gatland remained tight-lipped,
adding: "Hadleigh will probably get dressed up I suppose. We’ll see what
happens later on."
The centre came off the bench around the half
hour mark for Scarlets team-mate Steff Evans, who left the RFK Stadium
on crutches after hyperextending his knee.
Wales are due to play Argentina in two Tests on June 9 and 16.