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And if I did change my mother would let me know straight away.“At the end of the day, this is professional sport but it’s nothing to change your personality about.“They haven’t said much to me, so it’s wait and see, really.” It is not so long since Giles had a photo on his bedroom mantelpiece of Halfpenny – aka ‘King Gorseinon’, as the 75-cap full-back, who is now playing for Scarlets, is from the same town as Giles between Swansea and Llanelli – presenting him with an under-11s medal.Now, having graduated rapidly from Swansea’s white jersey to Ospreys’ black, Giles is signing autographs for his own fans.“The second game in the summer, I had my hopes up a bit more but it’s up to the selectors then.I totally backed the boys then and supported them.” And, true to Williams’s advice, an optimistic smile rarely leaves his face.But, for now, Giles is mindful of the example set by Shane Williams, whose early career seems relevant in more ways than the obvious one. ” says Giles of his illustrious predecessor in the Ospreys jersey.“He had a shot at Wales when he was young and he had to bide his time. Last autumn, when I was on the bench for [Wales’s autumn Test against] Japan, he sent me a message on Twitter saying ‘good luck and just enjoy yourself, play with a smile on your face and just express yourself’.
“The play is evolving, trying to get a bit more expansive,” he replies.If you’re good at a sport, it’s nothing to brag about.You might see someone who’s a good plumber, and he doesn’t go round bragging about it.I’ve watched his DVD documentary many times, and he used to be one of my favourite players growing up. It was nice to get that message off him.” As it transpired, an unexpectedly tight match that Wales won 33-30 with a late dropped goal by another up-and-coming Osprey, Sam Davies, passed by with the tyro wing never leaving the bench.“It was a tight game, it was understandable,” Giles says from beneath his baseball cap bearing the Ospreys logo, as we chat at the region’s Llandarcy training-ground HQ.