This rugby team chose a tractor for its trophy parade instead of an open-top bus

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Brecon RFC did it ‘proper farmer style’ according to their coach, Andy Powell.

Brecon RFC chose an unusual way to celebrate their recent success: a tractor-and-cart parade.

They celebrated with a parade – albeit a slightly unconventional one – through the centre of Brecon on Monday to show off the Plate to fans.

Coach Powell, who was famously caught driving a golf buggy on the M4 during his playing days, vowed the club would “do it proper farmer style”, saying the club “don’t do open top buses” – and he was certainly true to his word.

The players perched on top of hay bales on a cart being pulled by a tractor, which went twice around the town, driven by club sponsor Gary Bowen.

Bowen told the Brecon And Radnor Express: “I was asked to be the driver about two hours ago. This is the nearest thing we could find to a golf buggy.”

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