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Welsh International Matches, 1881-2000 (Hardcover)

At Blackheath in February 1881, Wales played their first international rugby match. What happened in the nearly 500 matches since then is contained in this complete guide to Welsh international rugby. Almost 1000 players have been capped for Wales, and this book lists them all in the order in which they made their debut, giving their nickname, the position they played in, dates of birth and death, and number of appearances made. The leading scorers in terms of points, tries and so on are shown, with captains, debut scorers, most points in a game, youngest players capped, most capped players, sendings-off and a full record of Welshmen who have refereed at international level.


The Little book of Welsh Rugby.

Little Book of Welsh Rugby

Presents a chronological history of the legendary Welsh Team. With greats such as Gareth Edwards, Neil Jenkins and Jonathan Davies, this is a useful entry point gift book for Sports book range.

Wales Grand Slam 2005

Officially sanctioned by WRU, Wales Grand Slam 2005 is a compelling and unique souvenir to a momentous rugby achievement. Laden with the best in sports photography, and with in-depth match reports and statistics from every game in the RBS 6 Nations Championship. Presented as a stylish hardback book, it features interviews with coach Mike Ruddock, player-of-the-tournament Martyn Williams and inspirational skipper Gareth "Alfie" Thomas, as well as contributions from rugby greats such as Gerald Davies and Gareth Edwards. The book captures the exuberant celebrations that greeted Wales' first Grand Slam for 27 years, with action from each thrilling round: the landmark win over England, the scintillating comeback against France, the record points haul against Scotland and, finally, the title-sealing triumph over Ireland. There is also coverage of the other games in the tournament, plus a look back at how Wales managed to evolve from perennial strugglers into genuine greats on the world stage.

The Priceless Gift

Over 1,000 players have been capped by Wales, but only a relatively small number have been given the honour of leading their country. It is to these men, the heroes and sometimes the villains, that this book is dedicated. From James Bevan in 1881 through to Gareth Thomas and Duncan Jones at the beginning of the twenty-first century, the role of captain has evolved in tandem with both the game itself and the much wider sociological and technological developments that dominated the twentieth century. Now, after more than 125 years of Welsh rugby, it is time to try to put the record straight. Who is the most successful Welsh captain? Why have so many players only had one opportunity to lead their country? Which position has seen the most captains and, indeed, which the least? Why were eight different captains chosen for eight consecutive matches? With input from many post-war captains, "The Priceless Gift" provides answers to these questions and many more in what is an enthralling insight into the Welsh captaincy.

The Pirceless Gift
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