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|Date of Birth||August 22, 1904|
|Date of Death||November 01, 1968|
|Place of Birth||Pontyclun, Wales|
Tommy Rees (rugby) Biography
Tommy Rees (rugby) is a famous GB rugby league & Wales rugby union international footballer, who was born on August 22, 1904 in Pontyclun, Wales. According to Astrologers, Tommy Rees (rugby)'s zodiac sign is Leo.
Thomas "Tommy" Edgar Rees (22 August 1904 – 10 November 1968) was a Welsh rugby union, and professional rugby league footballer who played in the 1920s and 1930s. He played representative level rugby union (RU) for Wales, and at club level for Pontyclun RFC, Crawshays RFC, Army XV and London Welsh RFC, as a fullback, i.e. number 15, and representative level rugby league (RL) for Great Britain, and at club level for Oldham (Heritage № 261) and Broughton Rangers as a fullback, i.e. number 1.
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Tommy Rees was born in Pontyclun, Wales, and he died aged 64 in Oldham, Lancashire, England.
Tommy Rees (rugby) Net Worth
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Rees was born in Pontyclun in South Wales and as a teenager played rugby for local club team Pontyclun RFC. Jack Meggins, a local headmaster from Talbot Green, saw potential in Rees and recommended him in writing to invitational team Crawshays. Crawshays accepted Rees, the first notable team in his career. Rees joined the British Army and became a soldier in the Welsh Guards, and while serving in the Guards he was selected for the Army XV.
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In 1926, Rees was playing for Welsh exile team London Welsh, and after an excellent victory against Cross Keys at Blackheath on 6 March, Rees along with teammates Windsor Lewis and Wick Powell, was selected to face Ireland as part of the 1926 Five Nations Championship. The game was played at St. Helen's, Swansea, with the Welsh team being led by Swansea's Rowe Harding. The Wales team were victorious over Ireland, robbing the Irish of both the Triple Crown and Grand Slam. Rees scored his first international points during the game with a single conversion, and at the end of the match, the three London Welsh players were carried from the pitch shoulder-high. The press recorded that Rees had "a great game that caused intense enthusiasm". Rees was reselected for the next Wales international, the final game of the 1926 tournament, away to France. Now captained by Bobby Delahay, Wales won the game 7–5.
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On Christmas Eve 1926, Rees was playing for London Welsh away to Cross Keys. In the first few minutes of the second half, while attempting a tackle, Rees broke his leg. Rees had been a certainty for the 1927 Championship, and after his injury his place was taken by Ossie Male. The next season, Rees was back in the Wales team, and was chosen to face the New South Wales Waratahs at the Cardiff Arms Park. Wales were well beaten, though Rees scored for Wales with another conversion. The selectors kept faith with Rees, and he played his final union international in the opening game of the 1928 tournament, played at Swansea against England.
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