Wales Women's Squad

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Wales Women's Squad
  • Keira Bevan

    Keira Bevan

    DoB1997-04-28 Birthplace Height1.54 m (5' 1") Weight60 kg (9 st 6 lb) PositionScrum-half

    Keira Bevan
  • Ffion Bowen

    Ffion Bowen

    DoB1991-01-29 Birthplace Height1.68 m (5' 6") Weight71 kg (11 st 2 lb) PositionWinger

    Ffion Bowen
  • Melissa Clay

    Melissa Clay

    DoB1990-01-01 Birthplace Height1.70 m (5' 7") Weight69 kg (10 st 12 lb) PositionFlanker

    Melissa Clay
  • Delyth Davies

    Delyth Davies

    DoB1993-07-26 Birthplace Height1.68 m (5' 6") Weight68 kg (10 st 10 lb) PositionHooker

    Delyth Davies
  • Jenny Davies

    Jenny Davies

    DoB1982-03-11 BirthplaceBuilth Wells Height1.58 m (5' 2") Weight70 kg (11 st 0 lb) PositionProp

    ‘Treacle’ is a FE Lecturer and plays her club rugby for English side Waterloo. A talented sportswoman, she has played at county level in a number of sports including hockey, netball, swimming and cross country. She is a UKCC Level 3 rugby coach and lists Liza Burgess, Brian O’Driscoll, Shane Williams and Keith Wood as the players she admires the most. She claims she used to be 6ft 2in, until someone stuck her in the front row.

    Jenny Davies
  • Amy Day

    Amy Day

    DoB1985-10-07 BirthplaceMid Glamorgan Height1.52 m (5' 0") Weight52 kg (8 st 2 lb) PositionScrum Half

    The combative scrum half is locked in a battle with Laura Prosser for the coveted Wales number nine shirt. Day possesses a rapid-fire pass and isn’t afraid to take the opposition back rows on despite her lack of stature.

    Amy Day
  • Catrin Edwards

    Catrin Edwards

    DoB1980-09-15 BirthplaceCarmarthen Height1.70 m (5' 7") Weight87 kg (13 st 9 lb) PositionProp

    The PE teacher won 25 caps with Wales before taking a four-year break. She was named player of the season in 2003-04 and was initially attracted to the game by the camaraderie, team spirit and the passion of her UWIC colleagues.

    Catrin Edwards
  • Amy Evans

    Amy Evans

    DoB1990-09-30 Birthplace Height1.70 m (5' 7") Weight85 kg (13 st 5 lb) PositionProp

    Amy Evans
  • Elen Evans

    Elen Evans

    DoB1985-09-01 BirthplaceAberystwyth Height1.60 m (5' 3") Weight68 kg (10 st 10 lb) PositionCentre

    Elen Evans
  • Laurie Harries

    Laurie Harries

    DoB1989-10-24 Birthplace Height1.67 m (5' 6") Weight60 kg (9 st 6 lb) PositionWinger

    Laurie Harries
  • Sioned Harries

    Sioned Harries

    DoB1989-11-22 BirthplaceAberystwyth Height1.70 m (5' 7") Weight72 kg (11 st 4 lb) PositionBack Row

    The UWIC student is another newcomer to the Welsh squad who forced her way into the World Cup squad after impressing the coaching panel in the Regional Championship.

    The Aberaeron product come through the system where her industrious work in the back row made her a key figure for Wales at Under 20 level.

    A flanker by trade, she stepped into the second row for the World Cup and didn't look out of place, scoring a brace against Sweden.

    Sioned Harries
  • Jenny Hawkins

    Jenny Hawkins

    DoB1990-04-03 Birthplace Height1.70 m (5' 7") Weight69 kg (10 st 12 lb) PositionLock

    Jenny Hawkins
  • Dyddgu Hywel

    Dyddgu Hywel

    DoB1989-03-10 BirthplaceLlanelwy Height1.72 m (5' 8") Weight75 kg (11 st 11 lb) PositionFull Back

    Dyddgu Hywel
  • Hannah Jones

    Hannah Jones

    DoB1996-11-14 Birthplace Height1.68 m (5' 6") Weight71 kg (11 st 2 lb) PositionFly-half

    Hannah Jones
  • Kerin Lake

    Kerin Lake

    DoB1990-05-24 Birthplace Height1.62 m (5' 4") Weight64 kg (10 st 1 lb) PositionCentre

    Kerin is another of the rising stars of Welsh Women's rugby. Part of the successful Neath Athletic club, Kerin has come through the ranks having been an attacking threat from full-back with Wales Under 20s.

    She made her debut for Wales as a substitute against Scotland in 2011, scoring a try in the process.
     

    Kerin Lake
  • Amy Lawrence

    Amy Lawrence

    DoB1990-02-25 Birthplace Height1.54 m (5' 1") Weight64 kg (10 st 1 lb) PositionHooker/Flanker

    ‘Flo’, a nursing student at Swansea University, has played for Wales at Under 19, Under 20 level.

    The hooker has also played for Welsh Universities VIIs and GB University VIIS.

    Amy Lawrence
  • Carys Phillips

    Carys Phillips

    DoB1992-11-12 BirthplaceWarrington Height1.70 m (5' 7") Weight82 kg (12 st 12 lb) PositionBack Row

    Carys Phillips
  • Shona Powell Hughes

    Shona Powell Hughes

    DoB1991-07-08 BirthplaceBridgend Height1.75 m (5' 9") Weight77 kg (12 st 1 lb) PositionLock

    The second row was the youngest member of the Wales Women's 2010 World Cup squad.

    She made her debut as a replacement against South Africa, Wales's second game of the campaign and followed that with another sub's appearance against New Zealand the following game.

    Shona Powell Hughes
  • Rebecca Rowe

    Rebecca Rowe

    DoB1981-05-16 Birthplace Height1.72 m (5' 8") Weight82 kg (12 st 12 lb) PositionSecond Row

    Rebecca Rowe
  • Elinor Snowsill

    Elinor Snowsill

    DoB1989-07-27 BirthplaceAscot Height1.66 m (5' 5") Weight62 kg (9 st 10 lb) PositionFly Half

    The talented outside half has made rapid progress having only taken up the game in her late teens. She captained the Welsh Under-20s in 2009 and earned her first cap against Sweden.

    The Psychology student has also played football for South Wales Under-16s and can play four instruments - the piano, violin, percussion and guitar.

    Elinor Snowsill
  • Adi Taviner

    Adi Taviner

    DoB1990-02-20 Birthplace Height1.65 m (5' 5") Weight67 kg (10 st 7 lb) PositionCentre/Wing

    As Wales Under 20s captain, Adi led her country to victory over arch rivals England in the 2009/10 season.

    A talented sportswoman, she is more than useful as a badminton or table tennis player.

    Adi Taviner
  • Rachel Taylor

    Rachel Taylor

    DoB1983-06-13 BirthplaceBangor Height1.75 m (5' 9") Weight75 kg (11 st 11 lb) PositionLock/Back Row

    The vetinary nurse is a multi-talented sportswoman. Not only has she played rugby for her country, she has also played county netball and hockey.

    The Cardiff Quins lock enjoys modern art while Olympic cycling gold medallist Nicole Cooke is ‘Tails’ most admired sportsperson.

    Rachel Taylor
  • Rafiuke Taylor

    Rafiuke Taylor

    DoB1978-06-23 BirthplaceCardiff Height1.67 m (5' 6") Weight65 kg (10 st 3 lb) PositionWing

    Rafiuke Taylor
  • Caryl Thomas

    Caryl Thomas

    DoB1986-02-19 Birthplace Height1.70 m (5' 7") Weight85 kg (13 st 5 lb) PositionProp

    'Tiny' Thomas returned to the Wales squad for the 2010 World Cup campaign, after gaining the last of her two caps in 2007.

    When she isn't playing rugby, she is employed by Bath Rugby as a Community Foundation & Inclusion Coach.

    She is also currently a member of the Bath Bucaneers hockey team and has previously represented South West Wales in the code.

    Caryl Thomas
  • Robyn Wilkins

    Robyn Wilkins

    DoB1995-04-01 Birthplace Height1.71 m (5' 7") Weight73 kg (11 st 7 lb) PositionFly-half/Centre

    Robyn Wilkins
  • Sian Williams

    Sian Williams

    DoB1990-10-26 Birthplace Height1.62 m (5' 4") Weight74 kg (11 st 9 lb) PositionBack Row

    The Wrexham born back rower has been playing rugby since she was eight years old, where she played the game alongside her brothers.

    She has come through the ranks, having played for the successful Wales Under 20 side.

    Sian Williams