Wales, already the holders of the Rugby 7s World Cup, can proudly boast another sporting triumph. Beating People’s Democratic Republic of the Congo in the final, in a tense 3-0 encounter, Wales put their names in the record books as only the second team to ever win the trophy. “It was a tough game, but we knew that whoever we were to play in the final, they’d be tough.” said Barry Barry, the WLIRU captain. “The Congo team were a bit of a unknown quantity for us, despite them being the current, and five times, World Champions and the only other team to play lactose intolerant rugby.” Barry put his lack of knowledge of Wales’ only possible opponents down to a supposed ‘lack of focus on research prior to the game’ and a ‘total and utter inability to learn anything from the previous 12 straight losses in the only other games the Welsh team has ever played. “It’s the Welsh way” explained Barry. Next Saturday, the WLI team will play a charity match against the Welsh Not-very-good-with-Roman-numerals XIV.