Cap No 1143
Elliot Dee learned his rugby at Penallta RFC, playing from the minis through to the youth team, and Newbridge Comprehensive School. He was first capped for Wales at Under 18 level in 2012. He then went on to feature in the Junior World Championships with Wales U20 in 2014 and 2015, when he was part of the Dragons Academy.
His first taste of senior rugby came at Newbridge, Pontypool, Bedwas and Cross Keys in the WRU National Championship and Principality Premiership. He then made his senior Dragons debut as a replacement against Leicester Tigers on 12 November, 2016.
He was included in the Wales senior squad for the first time for the 2017 Autumn Series and made his debut off the bench in the 13-6 win over Georgia on 18 November, 2017. His first start for Wales came in Round 4 of the 2018 6 Nations campaign against Italy. He came off the bench in the four other fixtures.
It was a similar situation in the 2019 Grand Slam season, when he started in the win over Italy in Rome and came on as a replacement in the other four fixtures. He played a part in 13 of Wales’ record run of 14 successive victories 2018-19.