A YOUNG rugby star has been scoring a hatful of tries despite only having one arm.
Shay Dunster, nine, was born missing his limb below the elbow but has always loved the sport.
He had been bullied about his disability and wanted to give up.
But he was encouraged to keep going and scored 11 tries at a rugby union festival in Cardiff.
Ex-Wales and British and Irish Lions captain Sam Warburton tweeted: “Inspirational.”
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Mum Donna, said: “It is great because it gives him so much more confidence, especially as he was bullied in the past.”
A spokesman for Trefil under-10s in South Wales said: “Shay’s been asked, ‘How can you play rugby with one arm?’
“We reply, ‘Because he’s talented’.”
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