Steve 'Jabba' Jones (2013)

Has made a record 180 appearances for the Dragons since his debut for the club in 2003 – more than any other player for the region.

Steve made his debut for Wales against Japan in 2001 and won five caps for his country.

Jones has been with the Dragons since the inception of regional rugby in 2003 and captained the region during the 2009/10 season.

 

Iestyn Thomas (2013)

Capped 33 times by Wales and made 214 appearances for the Scarlets in his 10 years at the region.

One of three players with over 200 appearances at the club alongside Stephen Jones and Phil John.

He is one of the Elite 50 Heineken Cup players, with 62 European Caps to his name.

Made his debut for Wales against Samoa in the Autumn of 2000.

 

Adam Jones (2012)

Made his senior International debut against England in 2003.

Jones was among a number of Welsh players who played starring roles in the 2009 British and Irish Lions tour of South Africa

Jones is one of a small group of players to win three Grand Slams – including fellow Hall of Fame inductees Gethin Jenkins and Ryan Jones, along with Gareth Edwards, Gerald Davies and JPR Williams.

Gethin Jenkins (2012)

Wales’ most capped front row forward and fourth overall on the Welsh forwards list behind Martyn Williams, Colin Charvis and Gareth Llewellyn.

Jenkins made his first appearance for Wales agains Romania in 2002.

He has gone on to become one of a small group of players to win three Grand Slams – including fellow Hall of Fame inductees Ryan Jones and Adam Jones, along with Gareth Edwards, Gerald Davies and JPR Williams.

Ryan Jones (2012)

Made his international debut for Wales against South Africa in November 2004.

In 2008, he was appointed captain of Wales and in his first Six Nations as captain, led his team to a second Grand Slam in four years.

At the start of the 2007-8 season he was also made captain of the Ospreys.

Jones is one of a small group of players to win three Grand Slams – including fellow Hall of Fame inductees Gethin Jenkins and Adam Jones, along with Gareth Edwards, Gerald Davies and JPR Williams.

Deiniol Jones (2011)

One of the Blues’ most consistent players Jones was near ever present in the Blues team during the 2006/07 season playing in 30 of the 32 matches that season.

International honours include representing Wales at Under 18, 19 and 21 age grades before making his debut for the senior Wales team against Samoa in November 2000, whilst also winning caps on the tour to Japan in 2003.

Martyn Williams (2011)

Capped at every junior level for Wales, he captained Wales under-21 before winning Wales A honours and a first full cap against the Barbarians in 1996.

Toured South Africa (twice), Argentina, Australia and New Zealand with Wales and has also toured with the British and Irish Lions to Australia in 2001, New Zealand in 2005 and South Africa in 2009.

Following Wales' Grand Slam win in the 2005 RBS 6 Nations, Martyn was awarded the RBS Player of the Championship

Shane Williams (2011)

Williams scored in his first full start for Wales with a try against Italy in the 2000 Lloyds TSB Six Nations and with 29 tries in 46 appearances, has one of the best strike rates in world rugby.

In November 2008 he capped off a fabulous year by being voted the IRB Player of the Year award. Williams was selected for the 2009 Lions tour of South Africa and was selected for the second and third Tests, scoring two tries in the third to help the Lions to a consolation victory

Stephen Jones (2011)

International debut as a 50th minute replacement against South Africa in Pretoria, in June 1998. Previously, he had led the Wales U21 side to Grand Slam glory and also captained Wales at U18 level.

Jones featured in all three tests for the 2005 British and Irish Lions against the All Blacks, scoring 14 points in the third Test. He was the 16th player to win 50 Welsh caps and is now the second-highest points scorer in Welsh international rugby history behind Neil Jenkins. Jones was also the third player to top 500 points in the Heineken Cup.

Jones joined Llanelli from school and spent eight seasons at Stradey Park. A move to France in 2004 saw two successful seasons with ASM Clermont Auvergne, before he returned to the Scarlets.

Gareth Llewellyn (2008)

Gareth Llewellyn captained Neath for seven seasons, and was also an integral part of the Neath-Swansea Ospreys regional side's first season.

He won 92 caps for Wales and played the international game across three different decades and under eight different Wales coaches

Llewellyn also played in three Rugby World Cups – 1995, 1999 and 2003.

 

 

 

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