Wales international rugby union players

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  1. Leigh Halfpenny

    Leigh Halfpenny


    Stephen Leigh Halfpenny (born 22 December 1988) is a Wales and British Lions international rugby union player. Halfpenny is the third highest record points scorer for Wales after Neil Jenkins and Stephen Jones. He currently plays club rugby for French club Toulon in the Top 14.

  2. Gavin Henson

    Gavin Henson


    Gavin Lloyd Henson (born 1 February 1982) is a Welsh rugby union player who currently plays for Bristol Rugby. He attracted much media attention as part of a Wales national team which achieved Grand Slams in the Six Nations Championship in 2005 and 2008. He has also played for the British and Irish Lions, touring in 2005 to New Zealand but has never appeared at a World Cup.

  3. Harry Peacock

    Harry Peacock


    Harry Peacock (14 February 1909–16 March 1996) was a Welsh international rugby union flanker who played rugby union for Newport. He won six caps for Wales and faced two international touring teams with Newport.

  4. Ian Buckett

    Ian Buckett


    Ian Martin Buckett (born 23 December 1967 near Holywell in Flintshire) is a former international rugby union front row forward who played for Swansea and London Welsh and played county rugby for North Wales. He was a championship winning player, an international and an academic.

  5. Mike Phillips

    Mike Phillips


    William Michael "Mike" Phillips (born 29 August 1982) is a rugby union player who plays at scrum-half. On 16 March 2013 Phillips surpassed the record of 76 caps set by Dwayne Peel as the most capped scrum-half for Wales.

  6. Ray Gravell

    Ray Gravell


    Raymond William Robert "Ray" Gravell (12 September 1951 – 31 October 2007) was a Welsh rugby union centre who played club rugby for Llanelli RFC.

  7. Rhys Webb

    Rhys Webb


    Rhys Webb (born 9 December 1988) is a Wales international rugby union player who plays at Scrum-half for Ospreys and Wales.

  8. Gareth Thomas

    Gareth Thomas


    Gareth Thomas (born 25 July 1974), nicknamed "Alfie", is a retired Welsh professional rugby player, who represented Wales in both rugby union and rugby league. With 100 test match appearances he was the most capped Welsh rugby union player until he was overtaken by Stephen Jones in September 2011. He is currently ranked 12th among international try scorers and is the second highest Wales try scorer behind Shane Williams. He also won 4 rugby league caps for Wales, scoring 3 tries.

  9. Lee Byrne

    Lee Byrne


    Lee Martin Byrne (born 1 June 1980 in Bridgend, Wales) is a retired Welsh international rugby union rugby player. His usual position was full-back, although he has played on the wing.

  10. J.P.R. Williams

    J.P.R. Williams


    John Peter Rhys Williams MBE FRCS (born 2 March 1949) is a former rugby union footballer who represented Wales in international rugby during their Golden Era in the 1970s. He was known universally as J. P. R. Williams (or sometimes just as JPR, to distinguish him from teammate J. J. Williams, also John). Playing in the position of fullback, he was noted for his aggressive attacking style. With his long sideburns and socks around his ankles, "JPR" was an iconic figure on the legendary 1970s Wales team.

  11. Toby Faletau

    Toby Faletau


    Tangaki Taulupe "Toby" Faletau (born 12 November 1990) is a Welsh international rugby union player of Tongan origin. The back row forward played for Cross Keys RFC and Newport RFC before joining the Newport Gwent Dragons.

  12. Alex Cuthbert

    Alex Cuthbert


    Alex Cuthbert (born 5 April 1990, Gloucester, England) is a Welsh rugby union player. Born in Gloucester, he plays on the wing for Cardiff Blues and the Wales national team.

  13. Dan Lydiate

    Dan Lydiate


    Dan Lydiate (born 18 December 1987) is a Wales international rugby union player. A flanker, Lydiate was raised in Llandrindod Wells and is a product of the Newport Gwent Dragons academy.

  14. Sam Warburton

    Sam Warburton


    Sam Kennedy-Warburton (born 5 October 1988), commonly known as Sam Warburton, is a Welsh international rugby union player. Warburton plays regional rugby for the Cardiff Blues and was first capped for Wales in 2009. He usually plays as an openside flanker but is also capable of playing at blindside. In June 2011 he was named as Wales captain versus the Barbarians and subsequently in August 2011 he was named as the Wales captain for the 2011 Rugby World Cup. In April 2013 he was named the Lions' captain for the 2013 tour to Australia. Warburton holds the record for the most Wales caps as captain.

  15. Alan Phillips

    Alan Phillips


    Alan Phillips (October 28, 1923 – June 24, 2009) was a chess master who won the British Chess Championship in 1954, along with Leonard Barden. He was one of the stars in the Stockport Grammar School chess club started by Richard K. Guy in 1939. After WWII, he studied at University of Cambridge, where he tied with Peter Swinnerton-Dyer for the university chess championship. He is the author of a number of articles and books on chess, including

  16. Haydn Morris

    Haydn Morris


    Haydn Morris (born 14 July 1928, Mountain Ash, Wales) is a former Cardiff, Wales and British and Irish Lions international rugby union wing three-quarter.

  17. James Hook (rugby player)

    James Hook (rugby player)


    James William Hook (born 27 June 1985) is a Wales international rugby union player for Aviva Premiership club Gloucester Rugby.

  18. Adam Rhys Jones

    Adam Rhys Jones


    Adam Rhys Jones (born 8 March 1981) is a Welsh rugby union player who plays for Harlequins in the Aviva Premiership. His usual position is at tighthead prop. Jones also represented Wales, previously playing for the national under-23 team, and going onto make his debut for the Wales national rugby union team in 2003. He is one of a small group of Welsh players to have won three Grand Slams, including Gethin Jenkins, Ryan Jones, Gareth Edwards, Gerald Davies and JPR Williams.

  19. David Morgan (rugby player)

    David Morgan (rugby player)


    David "Dai" Morgan (14 July 1872 – 13 September 1933) was a Welsh international rugby union fly-half who played club rugby for Llanelli and was capped twice for Wales.

  20. Duncan Jones (rugby player)

    Duncan Jones (rugby player)


    Duncan Jones (born 18 September 1978 in Blaengwynfi, Port Talbot) is a Welsh rugby union player who plays at loose head prop for the Ospreys in the Pro 12 and has played for Wales.

  21. Shane Williams

    Shane Williams


    Shane Mark Williams MBE (born 26 February 1977) is a Welsh rugby union player most famous for his long and successful tenure as a wing for the Ospreys and the Wales national team. He can also play scrum-half. Williams is the record try scorer for Wales, and is third on the international list of leading rugby union test try scorers behind Daisuke Ohata and David Campese. He is Wales' most capped winger.

  22. Colin Charvis

    Colin Charvis


    Colin Charvis (born 27 December 1972) is a former captain of the Welsh national rugby union team and also played for the British and Irish lions. A back row forward, Charvis was equally adept as a flanker or as the no. 8.

  23. Jamie Roberts

    Jamie Roberts


    Jamie Huw Roberts (born 8 November 1986) is a Welsh rugby union and player. He has played for Wales since 2008, and has represented the British and Irish Lions on their tours to South Africa in 2009 and Australia in 2013. Roberts joined Harlequins FC in December 2015. His usual position is centre.

  24. Stephen Jones (rugby player)

    Stephen Jones (rugby player)


    Stephen Michael Jones (born 8 December 1977) is a Welsh former rugby union player who played primarily at fly-half for Wales and the British and Irish Lions.

  25. Delme Thomas

    Delme Thomas


    William Delme Thomas (born 12 September 1942 in Bancyfelin near Carmarthen) is a former rugby union player who became one of Wales' best known rugby players in the 1960s and 70s. He joined Llanelli RFC in 1961 and was the team's captain when they won the league in the 1972-73 season and was also the captain when Llanelli beat a touring All Blacks team in 1972. He is remembered for his emotional speech given to his teammates before this game.

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