We mourn for Jamie Phillips

a young life lost too soon

Jamie Phillips, Dafen Llanelli

Jamie with a fish caught at Talyllyn during the team's practice session.It is with grief and sadness that we inform you of the tragic death of seventeen year old Jamie Phillips.

Jamie was a corteous and caring young man who’d been a member of WSTAA’s Youth Fly-fishing team for several years. Although of a shy disposition, he made a valid contribution to the team and at the International Championship on Grafham Water in 2010, Jamie was the Top Welsh Rod. He was overjoyed with his success and everyone was proud of his remarkable achievement.

He loved fishing and was equally at home bank fishing or boat fishing. He’d worked hard to perfect his skill and enjoyed fly-dressing too.

 Photo: Jamie holding a beautiful brown trout during a team practice session on Talyllyn in 2010

 

 

Moc presenting Jamies with the Cliff Harvey Trophy for the top Welsh rod at Grafham in 2010His young team-mates / friends – and all those who have been associated with the Youth Team now feel his loss.

The condolences of all go to Jamie’s family in their grief and sorrow.

Jamie will be greatly missed – but always remembered with fondness.
Photo: Moc Morgan presenting a happy Jamie Phillips with the Cliff Harvey Trophy at the Youth International on Grafham Water in 2010 

Julia Morgan

* Jamie’s funeral will be held at Greenfield Chapel, Llanelli at 10.45 am on Wednesday 14th September followed by a service at Llanelli Crematorium at 12 noon.