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halfpenny

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1. a small British coin worth half a new penny, withdrawn from circulation in 1985
2. an old British coin worth half an old penny
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| Leigh kicks a Having initially not been required against England, Halfpenny's training schedule featured gruelling work-outs on Friday and Saturday before he joined pre-match routines at the stadium as part of Wales' wider 31-man group.
Halfpenny had initially beenleft out of the squadfor the second week running but was parachuted in at the last minute.
Halfpenny watched on from the sidelines as Wales sealed a Six Nations Grand Slam in 2019 with Josh Adams, Liam Williams and George North forging a potent back three in the clean sweep.
Halfpenny barely saw the yellow jersey coming from his blindside as he kicked the ball clear during Wales' win over the Wallabies in Cardiff.
"To me, Leigh Halfpenny is the best defensive full-back in the world," said Gatland.
Toulon owner Mourad Boudjellal revealed last month that Halfpenny, one of France's highest earners, wouldn't be offered an extended stay at the Stade Mayol.
Halfpenny, 28, said: "When I went through the process of whether to take up this extra year I spoke with Mourad and said that for me to stay on, I would want to go on the Lions tour, if selected.
However, Halfpenny kicked two penalties to one more from Sanchez to seal victory for Wales.
Biggar did a brilliant job, averaging 11 points a Test during that spell, but Halfpenny is now ready for his return to the front line.
Wales head coach Warren Gatland confirmed that scrumhalf Webb is undergoing a scan on an ankle injury, while Halfpenny will have a knee scan today or tomorrow.
Halfpenny Green Vineyards, based near Kinver in Staffordshire is expanding both its winery, where it will be offering guided tours and a private dining facility, as well as doubling the size of the farm shop.
LEIGH HALFPENNY could be excused if he felt in a hurry to make up for lost time on next month's British and Irish Lions tour.