Comedy character Troy Hawke surprised the Wales rugby team as they arrived at training for the Women's Six Nations.

Hawke is a personality created by comedian Milo McCabe, who plays the character of a well-educated and sophisticated man who tackles modern-day issues through a 1930s lens.

As well as performing at various comedy gigs across the globe, including Live at the Apollo, Hawke has been hired by various sporting authorities to greet their players and provide a morale boost in camp. Hawke has previously welcomed Manchester City to their US tour, calling Erling Haaland a "tremendous Nordic meat shield" while dressed in a blazer and cravat.

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From Manchester City to the England cricket team, McCabe's services are in high demand, and he's got a new set of one-liners to welcome the Wales team to camp.

'Hawke' called Sisilia Tuipulotu the "squat lord" and told flanker Abbie Fleming that she looks like she's "ready to inflict some damage to some rubberized mats". It makes for quite comical viewing.

McCabe's wordy quips were a hit with the Welsh stars, with one player shouting out "I love you!" as he continued to welcome people into the gym.

Watch the clip below.

Viewers were loving McCabe's energy. "I have yet to see anyone not feel better after interacting with this gem," said one.

"I was having a terrible morning. I'm no longer having a terrible morning. Keep up the sterling work, Troy," said another.

Wales get their Six Nations campaign under way on Saturday, March 23, at the Cardiff Arms Park against Scotland.