DoB1994-09-24 BirthplaceStockport Height1.85 m (6' 1") Weight98 kg (15 st 6 lb) PositionWing
Amos made his international debut in the 20013 autumn campaign, the same year that he also featured for Wales U20 in the Six Nations Championship.
After coming through the Dragons academy, the versatile back became the youngest ever regional player, making his debut against Wasps in the LV= Cup aged just 17 years and 28 days.
Amos went on to become the youngest starting player in the PRO12, when he started for the Dragons against the Ospreys in April 2012.
Amos was named in Wales 34-man 2014 Dove Men Series squad however he was ruled out of the tournament after suffering an injury against England at Twickenham.
His injury woes continued in the 2015 Rugby World Cup where he dislocated a shoulder against England at Twickenham to have his campaign ended prematurely.
DoB1991-05-10 BirthplaceNorth Shore Height1.83 m (6' 0") Weight80 kg (12 st 8 lb) PositionFly Half / Full Back
Former Chiefs fly-half Anscombe, signed for Cardiff Blues in July 2014 with a wealth of Super Rugby experience under his belt.
Anscombe guided New Zealand Under 20’s to the Junior World Championship three years ago and was part of the Chiefs’ Championship winning side in 2013. He qualifies for Wales through his Welsh mother and was selected in the 2015 RBS 6 Nations squad in January 2015.
DoB1988-07-12 BirthplaceBridgend Height1.91 m (6' 3") Weight115 kg (18 st 1 lb) PositionHooker
The Ospreys hooker made his international debut in the second test against Japan in the summer of 2013.
He was part of the Probables side that beat the Possibles XV in the Wales Senior Trial in May 2014 and as a resulted selected to tour South Africa in the summer of 2014.
He had to wait until the autumn of 2014 for his second cap which came against Australia and Baldwin went on to appear in all four Dove Men Series games that year.
He started three of Wales' 2015 RBS 6 Nations matches and kept the starting jersey for all of Wales' games in the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
DoB1991-06-21 BirthplaceAscot Height1.98 m (6' 6") Weight121 kg (19 st 0 lb) PositionLock
2014 was a breakthrough year for Ball on the international scene with the second-row making his debut in the 2014 RBS Six Nations.
He made his debut against Ireland at the Aviva Stadium and went onto earn four caps during that campaign.
The Scarlet featured in the Wales Senior Trial in May 2014 and was named as part of Warren Gatland's 32-man squad to tour South Africa where he featured in the second test.
Ball played in all four Dove Men Series matches in 2014 and was part of Wales' 2015 RBS 6 Nations squad.
Ball was named in Wales 31-man 2015 Rugby World Cup squad and played once in the tournament.
DoB1989-10-16 BirthplaceSwansea Height1.88 m (6' 2") Weight90 kg (14 st 2 lb) PositionFly Half
Capped throughout the age-grades, and starring for Wales U20 in the inaugural Junior World Championship, Dan made his full Wales debut as a teenager against Canada in November 2008.
He missed the 2012 Grand Slam through injury but returned in 2013 to start all five games in the Championship winning run.
He made it seven consecutive Welsh starts when he played in both Tests on the tour of Japan.
He was named RaboDirect PRO 12 Players' Player of the Year in 2014, capping an impressive season for the Ospreys.
Dan has established himself as Wales' fist choice fly-half and has started every game he has played for Wales since 2014 in the Wales jersey.
Dan made his Rugby World Cup debut in 2015 and was widely applauded for his performances during the tournament.
DoB1983-03-09 BirthplaceCamborne Height2.06 m (6' 9") Weight125 kg (19 st 9 lb) PositionLock
Luke played for Wales at Under 19 and 21 levels and graduated through the Newport youth system and made his international debut against South Africa as a replacement at the Millennium Stadium in November 2004.
He had to wait until 2009 to play a part in the RBS 6 Nations match, starting against Scotland and he went onto feature in all seven of Wales’ games in the Rugby World Cup in 2011.
The second-row was part of the Grand Slam winning Wales side that took the RBS 6 Nations title in 2012.
After missing the title winning season in 2013, Charteris has been an ever present feature in the Wales squad.
He played in all five of Wales 2015 RBS 6 Nations matches as well as every game for Wales in the 2015 Rugby World Cup
DoB1989-07-25 BirthplaceMerthyr Tydfil Height1.88 m (6' 2") Weight112 kg (17 st 8 lb) PositionHooker
Merthyr-born Dacey came through the ranks at his home-town side and featured for the Cardiff Blues Under 20 side before making his regional debut in September 2010 against Connacht.
He finished the 2013/14 season as the Blues’ top try scorer and featured for the Possibles in the Wales Senior Trial in May 2014. He was named in Warren Gatland’s 34-man 2015 RBS 6 Nations squad in January 2015.
Dacey made his international debut against Ireland at the Millennium Stadium in a Rugby World Cup warm-up game in August 2015. He made his second appearance against Italy a few weeks later.
He was named part of Wales' 2016 RBS 6 Nations squad.
DoB1992-07-19 BirthplaceBronwydd Height1.75 m (5' 9") Weight86 kg (13 st 7 lb) PositionScrum Half
DoB1987-01-09 BirthplaceLlantrisant Height1.98 m (6' 6") Weight121 kg (19 st 0 lb) PositionLock
Bradley was an integral part of the Welsh side at the 2011 Rugby World Cup, playing in all seven games, starting three.
Suspension ruled him out of much of the 2012 RBS 6 Nations, missing 2013's tournament with an ankle injury.
He returned to Welsh colours in June of 2013, captaining the Welsh side that visited Japan, winning his 40th cap.
He captained the Under 19 side that won the 2005 Grand Slam and a year later skippered the team to sixth place in the IRB U19 World Championship in Dubai.
DoB1990-08-18 BirthplaceCarmarthen Height1.78 m (5' 10") Weight88 kg (13 st 12 lb) PositionScrum Half
Scrum-half Davies finished the 2013/14 campaign as the RaboDirect PRO12 top try scorer, capping an impressive campaign for the Scarlets.
He featured for the Possibles in the Wales Senior Trial in May 2014 and was selected as part of Warren Gatland's 32-man squad to tour South Africa. Davies made his debut for Wales on that tour coming on as a replacement against the Springboks in Durban.
Davies earned his second cap in the 2015 RBS 6 Nations away to Italy.
Two further caps for Davies came in the 2015 Rugby World Cup warm-up matches and Davies went into the game's showpiece tournament as Wales fist choice scrum half and started all of Wales' games.
His impressive try-scoring record for his country has seem him clock up five tries in nine International appearances up to the end of 2015.
DoB1988-04-05 BirthplaceSolihull Height1.85 m (6' 1") Weight105 kg (16 st 7 lb) PositionCentre
Davies made his Welsh debut against Canada in June 2009. He played in all seven games at the RWC in 2011, all five of the Grand Slam games the following year and all five of the 2013 Championship winning fixtures.
Jonathan started all three Tests for the victorious British & Irish Lions in 2013 against Australia.
His early international progress was hampered by a knee injury sustained at the U19 World Championship in 2006, but he starred in the IRB’s inaugural Junior World Championship in Wales in 2008.
DoB1992-04-14 BirthplaceHaverfordwest Height1.85 m (6' 1") Weight116 kg (18 st 3 lb) PositionProp
Former Wales Under 20 prop Rob Evans joined his region, the Scarlets, at U18 level, progressing through the Academy in to the first XV.
He was an integral part of the Wales U20 side that finished third in the 2012 IRB Junior World Championship.
Evans was named in the Principality Premiership Team of the Year in 2012/13 and made his Scarlets debut in January 2013. He featured in the Wales Senior Trial for the Possibles in May 2014 and was named in the 2015 RBS 6 Nations squad.
DoB1990-11-12 BirthplaceTofoa, Tongatapu Height1.88 m (6' 2") Weight111 kg (17 st 6 lb) PositionBack Row
Tangaki Taulupe (Toby) Tangaki Taulupe (Toby) became the first Pacific Islander to play for Wales in 2011 against the Barbarians.
Toby moved to Wales aged seven when his father, 17-times capped Tongan international lock Kuli Faletau, joined Ebbw Vale.
Toby made a big impression for Wales U20 in 2010 and has since graduated to the senior side where he has been a regular for Wales. He toured Australia with the British & Irish Lions in the summer, playing in the series clinching final Test in Sydney.
DoB1992-04-27 BirthplaceYork Height1.85 m (6' 1") Weight135 kg (21 st 3 lb) PositionProp
DoB1998-01-29 BirthplaceSwansea Height1.73 m (5' 8") Weight76 kg (11 st 13 lb) PositionWing
DoB1982-05-13 BirthplaceNeath Height1.85 m (6' 1") Weight115 kg (18 st 1 lb) PositionProp
Paul won Wales honours at Youth, Under 19 and Under 21 levels and played for Neath before the advent of regional rugby when he joined the Ospreys before moving to Bath in 2012.
He was an ever present in the Wales squad for the 2011 RBS 6 Nations, featured five times in 2011’s Rugby World Cup, won three further caps in the 2012 Grand Slam and played in all five fixtures as Wales retained the Championship in 2013.
James won his 50th cap in the 2014 RBS 6 Nations against Ireland in Dublin.
DoB1987-04-17 BirthplaceMerthyr Tydfil Height1.85 m (6' 1") Weight103 kg (16 st 3 lb) PositionWing
DoB1986-05-20 BirthplaceExeter Height1.83 m (6' 0") Weight116 kg (18 st 3 lb) PositionProp
Aaron made his international debut during the 2012 Dove Men Series and featured against Argentina, Samoa and New Zealand.
He represented England at both Under 16 and Under 19 levels but qualifies for Wales through his Welsh-born grandmother and when he chose to leave Bath Rugby and sign for the Ospreys ahead of the 2011/12 season, it was apparent that he felt his future lay with Wales.
DoB1993-04-29 BirthplaceChurch Village Height1.83 m (6' 0") Weight103 kg (16 st 3 lb) PositionBack Row
DoB1980-11-17 BirthplaceLlantwit Fadre Height1.88 m (6' 2") Weight121 kg (19 st 0 lb) PositionProp
Gethin has played a full part in four Championship winning Welsh sides, including the Grand Slam seasons of 2005, 2008 and 2012 and 2013's campaign when he skippered the side to the title.
He has toured with the British & Irish Lions on two occasions, to New Zealand in 2005 and South Africa in 2009, winning five caps. He was selected to tour with the Lions in 2013 but was forced to return home injured.
He is Wales' most capped international, taking over the honour from Stephen Jones when he won his 105th cap against Scotland in the 2014 RBS 6 Nations.
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DoB1985-09-19 BirthplaceSwansea Height1.96 m (6' 5") Weight122 kg (19 st 2 lb) PositionLock
Alun Wyn capped a fine tour of Australia with the British & Irish Lions in 2013 by skippering the side to victory in the final Test in Sydney, bringing his total of Lions caps to six, adding to three won in South Africa in 2009.
He made his international debut in Argentina in 2006. He played in three tests in each of the 2008 and 2012 Grand Slam wins and three more in the Championship winning season of 2013. He featured in all seven of Wales’ RWC 2011 games.
Alun Wyn Jones was named tour captain of Wales' 32-man squad to tour South Africa in the summer of 2014.
DoB1991-12-23 BirthplaceAberystwyth Height1.91 m (6' 3") Weight116 kg (18 st 3 lb) PositionProp
Former Wales U20 prop Rhodri Jones was first called into the senior squad in the autumn of 2011 but he had to wait until the following summer to make his debut against the Barbarians at the Millennium Stadium.
Jones won his second cap a year later against Japan in Tokyo in 2013 before making three starts in that year's autumn campaign.
The Scarlets tight-head featured in all five of Wales 2014 RBS 6 Nations game, starting the final outing against Scotland.
DoB1990-07-24 BirthplaceWodonga, VIC Height1.93 m (6' 4") Weight107 kg (16 st 11 lb) PositionFlanker
King featured for Wales at U20 and U18 level and made his senior international debut in 2013 on Wales' summer tour to Japan.
King played both tests for Wales in Osaka and Tokyo. He was a constant squad member over the next few campaigns but had to wait until the autumn of 2014 to add to his international tally.
King was part of Wales extended training squad for the Rugby World Cup in 2015 and was named in Wales 31-man squad for the tournament He played in Wales' opening match of that campaign against Uruguay.
DoB1992-11-30 BirthplaceSwansea Height1.80 m (5' 11") Weight115 kg (18 st 1 lb) PositionProp
Lee made his international debut as a late second half replacement for Wales against Argentina in 2013.
Previously he was a member of the Wales Under 20 side during the 2012 Six Nations tournament and was a mainstay of the side that finished third at the IRB Junior World championship in South Africa the same year.
DoB1992-04-23 BirthplaceSwansea Height1.73 m (5' 8") Weight73 kg (11 st 7 lb) PositionFly Half
Morgan was a part of the Wales U20 side which defeated New Zealand 9-6 during the 2012 Junior World Championships, becoming the first Wales side ever to beat New Zealand at U20 level, and the first victory by any Wales side over New Zealand since 1953.
Morgan made his Wales international debut against South Africa at Kings Park Stadium in Durban on 14 June 2014 as a second half replacement. He was named in the extended Wales training squad for the 2015 Rugby World Cup where he made two appearances for Wales at the World Cup in their matches against Uruguay and Fiji.
DoB1995-09-11 BirthplaceNewport Height1.85 m (6' 1") Weight102 kg (16 st 0 lb) PositionCentre
The former Wales U20 centre signed a National Dual Contract with the WRU and the Dragons on 26 December 2014.
Morgan was named in the Possibles side for the Wales Senior Trial in May 2014 and his performance earnt him a place in Warren Gatland's 32-man squad to tour South Africa.
The Newport Gwent Dragons centre was called up as a replacement for Warren Gatland's 2015 Rugby World Cup squad following an injury to Cory Allen, whose hat-trick against Uruguay was one of the highlights in Wales' 2015 RWC opener.
Morgan made his Test debut on 8 August 2015, in the 35-21 defeat against Ireland at the Millennium Stadium.
DoB1994-04-18 BirthplaceSt Helens,Lancs Height1.88 m (6' 2") Weight103 kg (16 st 3 lb) PositionBack Row
Having played for England Under 18 and Under 20, Moriarty made his Wales international debut against Ireland in August, 2015.
He originally missed out on selection for Warren Gatland’s 2015 World Cup squad but was brought in after Eli Walker’s hamstring injury forced the Ospreys winger out of the tournament.
Moriarty’s father Paul played in the first World Cup in 1987 before forging a successful rugby league career with Widnes. Ross was educated at Glyncollen Primary School and Morriston Comprehensive School in Swansea and played his junior rugby at Gorseinon.
DoB1992-04-13 BirthplaceKing's Lynn Height1.93 m (6' 4") Weight107 kg (16 st 11 lb) PositionWing
George was born in King’s Lynn of a Yorkshire father and Welsh mother. He moved to North Wales aged just two, and is a fluent Welsh speaker.
North became the first teenager from anywhere in the world to score 10 Test tries and was capped 21 times before his 20th birthday.
He was an ever present in the highly successful RBS 6 Nations sides of 2012 and 2013 and was an emphatic success on the British & Irish Lions’ tour of Australia in 2013, scoring two tries in the three Tests.
DoB1987-01-03 BirthplaceCarmarthen Height1.85 m (6' 1") Weight109 kg (17 st 2 lb) PositionHooker
In February 2007 Owens lined up as a member of the newly formed Wales U20 side for the 2007 U21 Six Nations.
His senior breakthrough season came in 2009/10, where he was voted Scarlets’ player of the season, Welsh Rugby Writers’ player of the season and was named in the Magners League Dream Team.
He made his Welsh debut against Namibia at the Rugby World Cup in 2011 and featured four times in the Grand Slam campaign of 2012, and played in all five as Wales retained the Championship in 2013.
Owens featured in every game for Wales from the beginning of the 2013 Dove Men Series through to the end of the tour to South Africa in 2014.
Owens returned from injury to play in the final match of the 2015 RBS 6 Nations and was named in Wales' 31-man squad for th 2015 Rugby World Cup.
He played in all five of Wales' games in the tournament.
DoB1993-05-17 BirthplaceLlandough Height1.91 m (6' 3") Weight92 kg (14 st 6 lb) PositionFly Half
Rhys made his senior Welsh debut during the summer of 2013, coming on as a replacement in both of the Tests against Japan, scoring his first international points when he kicked a penalty.
This product of Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Glantaf began his club rugby for CRICC before moving on to Cardiff High School Old Boys Youth and the WRU Blues regional age grade teams and academy.
On the international front, he previously represented Wales Sevens and Wales Under 18. He made his regional debut in the LV= Cup in 2011/12.
DoB1987-01-09 BirthplaceLlangathen Height1.83 m (6' 0") Weight95 kg (14 st 13 lb) PositionFly Half
Rhys came in to face England at short notice in the pre-World Cup warm-up games and his form saw him establish himself as first choice No. 10 for the RWC 2011.
He continued that success with a strong performance against Ireland in the first game of the RBS 6 Nations Championship in Dublin’s Aviva Stadium, retaining his starting berth in all five Tests, and for a further three games in the 2012 Dove Men series. However, injury then ruled him out of the RBS 6 Nations in 2013.
DoB1986-11-08 BirthplaceNewport Height1.93 m (6' 4") Weight110 kg (17 st 4 lb) PositionCentre
Jamie made his debut on the wing against Scotland at the start of the 2008 Grand Slam season but made the move to centre on Wales' tour to South Africa in 2009.
Jamie played in 14 internationals in 2011 and impressed during the RWC 2011 campaign.
He played in all five of Wales' RBS 6 Nations games in 2012 and 2013 helping the side to a Grand Slam and two RBS 6 Nations titles. Later that year he toured with the British and Irish Lions for a second time and backed up his Player of the Series award from 2009 by helping the touring side to a first series success in 16 years.
DoB1988-03-12 BirthplaceHaverfordwest Height1.93 m (6' 4") Weight111 kg (17 st 6 lb) PositionBack Row
Newcastle Emlyn product Josh Turnbull has come through the Scarlets Academy system.
He has represented Wales at U18 and U19 levels; he has participated in the last two IRB U19 World Championship, scoring a try against Scotland in 2006 and representing his country in all five of Wales's games in the 2006/2007 season, including the Division A semi-final against New Zealand.
A big ball carrying forward, Turnbull can play either in the back row, where he prefers to play on the blindside flanker, or in the second row.
DoB1992-03-28 BirthplaceSwansea Height1.83 m (6' 0") Weight89 kg (14 st 0 lb) PositionWing
Eli made his move into regional rugby for the 2012/13 season when he switched from Swansea to the Ospreys.
A shoulder injury sustained in the Junior World Championship in South Africa put his progress on hold but he has recovered to become an important member of the Ospreys set up, scoring 10 tries in his first 36 games.
He already has Wales honours at Under 16, Under 18 and Under 20 levels.
He was part of the 2013 Wales RBS 6 Nations squad but didn’t feature due to injury.
DoB1988-10-05 BirthplaceCardiff Height1.88 m (6' 2") Weight99 kg (15 st 8 lb) PositionBack Row
Sam has captained Wales more times than any other man.
His captaincy at international level began with a memorable two years as he captained Wales to the semi-finals of the Rugby World Cup in 2011 and then the Grand Slam in 2012.
Injury restricted the part he played as Wales retained the RBS 6 Nations title, but he then led the British & Irish Lions to Australia and their historic 2-1 victory against the Wallabies during the summer.
Sam has continued to lead Wales by fine example ever since through the 2014 RBS 6 Nations and Dove Men Series and throughout 2015.
Sam led Wales into a second Rugby World Cup in 2015 where they reached the quarter-finals.
Sam is also a former captain of Wales at Under 19 and Under 20 level and has skippered the senior side on 20 occasions.
DoB1988-12-09 BirthplaceBridgend Height1.83 m (6' 0") Weight93 kg (14 st 9 lb) PositionScrum Half
Rhys Webb was called up to replace Lloyd Williams on the replacements bench for Wales' RBS 6 Nations clash with Italy in the 2012 RBS 6 Nations championship. The Ospreys scrum-half Webb was named in the pre-tournament training camp which travelled to Gdansk, Poland, at the end of January.
Webb cut his teeth in domestic rugby at Bridgend Athletic in the WRU National Leagues. He won the Reebok Regional Championship trophy with the Ospreys U18 during the 2005/06 season and was a losing finalist with the Ospreys U20 in 2006/07.
He also played for Wales U18 in the 2005/06 U18 Home Four Nations Championship and was a member of the 2006/07 Wales U19 set up for the IRB U19 World Championships, playing alongside Sam Warburton, Leigh Halfpenny and Ryan Bevington.
He then joined the same trio at the Junior World Championship at Under 20 level the next year when the tournament was hosted by Wales. The talented Ospreys scrum half was also a member of the Wales World Sevens Cup winning squad in Dubai in 2009.
DoB1991-04-09 BirthplaceMorriston Height1.85 m (6' 1") Weight87 kg (13 st 9 lb) PositionFull Back
Liam made his debut at full-back against the Barbarians in June 2012, going on to feature against New Zealand and Australia in that year’s Dove Men Series.
His next opportunities came when he started both Tests on the 2013 tour of Japan. He featured heavily for Wales during the 2013 Dove Men Series and 2014 RBS 6 Nations.
Ever since returning from the Junior World Championship in Italy in June 2011, he has been in and around the National Squad.
DoB1989-11-30 BirthplaceCardiff Height1.83 m (6' 0") Weight87 kg (13 st 9 lb) PositionScrum Half
The son of Wales and Lions scrum half, Brynmor, Lloyd Williams was selected for the Wales U20 squad for the 2009 IRB Junior World Championship.
He played in the IRB Sevens World Series in 2010 and then made his senior Wales debut against Argentina in August 2011, going on to win three caps at that year’s Rugby World Cup.
He came on as a replacement in all five of the Championship retaining games in 2013 and started both Tests in Japan in June of the same year.
DoB1990-10-10 BirthplaceCarmarthen Height1.85 m (6' 1") Weight100 kg (15 st 10 lb) PositionCentre
A former Coleg Sir Gar pupil, Scott cut his teeth at Whitland before moving to the Scarlets at U16 level and graduating through the WRU Scarlets Academy.
He played for Wales Under 20 in 2009 and 2010 and previously represented Wales at U16 and U18. His senior debut came against the Barbarians in June 2011 and went to that year’s Rugby World Cup, playing three times.
He has been a consistent performer for the Scarlets in recent years and been pushing hard for a starting place in the Wales line-up. His 2015 World Cup was cut short, when suffering a knee injury at Twickenham against England.