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Gareth Thomas - ITV Six Nations Rugby (2)

Gareth Thomas CBE – born 25 July 1974 – is a Welsh former professional rugby union and rugby league player, who represented Wales in both sports.

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 also won four rugby league caps for Wales, scoring three tries.

He played rugby union as a fullback, wing or centre for Bridgend, Cardiff, the Celtic Warriors, Toulouse, Cardiff Blues, and Wales. In 2010 he changed codes to rugby league when he transferred from Cardiff Blues to the Crusaders in Super League, and later played for Wales.

He retired from rugby in October 2011.

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