Your sentiment is to be applauded but who are "Rhyl Wysiwyg"? Our team is mainly from South Wales so forget any reference to Rhyl. I am not sure where you got the second word from!
If interested, the name refers back to an ancient race of warlike people from South Wales who resisted the Romans. I admit I am no expert though.
Captain (Rhyfelwyr Essyllwg)
Welcome indeed, Paul. And please forgive my little joke. As you might imagine, some of us find it hard getting our tongues around Welsh, and you've long been known, affectionately, among my colleagues as 'Rhyl Wysiwyg' for want of the correct pronunciation. Moreover, when typing my post, I didn't have your team name to hand, so used 'our' name for you instead. Which brings me to one aspect of our name for you, namely: we know you're not from Rhyl - that's why it amuses us. You're from South
Wales. But in this topsy-turvy world, the guys from Rhyl and thereabouts in North Wales call themselves South Wales
Dragons. So 'Rhyl Wysiwyg
' perversely you may remain, at least until you surround us, pint in hand one night, and bash into us how to pronounce and spell your real name!