Cap No 1112
Hallam Amos was a World Rugby U20 Championship finalist with Wales in 2013 and won his first senior cap in November that year against Tonga at the age of 19. Capable of playing at full back and on the wing, he has been a regular in Wales squads ever since. He scored his first international try at the 2015 Rugby World Cup against Uruguay in Cardiff.
His Six Nations debut came in a win over Italy in 2016 and he had to wait three years for his next outing in the tournament, when he came on in the victory over the same side in Rome to play his part in the 2019 Grand Slam campaign.
He started all three Tests for Wales on the wing on the 2016 tour of New Zealand and also began three straight matches in the summer of 2018, this time at full-back. In the process he helped Wales down South Africa in Washington DC and seal a first series win in Argentina since 1999.
Born in Stockport, he was educated at Monmouth School, won honours for Wales at U16 and U18 levels and launched his professional career at the Dragons Academy. He first played for the Dragons in 2011 aged 17 years and 28 days to break the record for the youngest player to play Welsh regional rugby. He was a member of the Team Wales Commonwealth Games sevens at Gold Coast in April, 2018.
It was announced in March, 2019 that he was switching to Cardiff Blues for the 2019/20 campaign. He graduated with first class honours in Neuroscience (BSc) in the summer of 2019.