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Gwenllian Pyrs

Gwenllian Pyrs

Profile Biog
DOB 28th Nov 1997
Birthplace Bangor
Position Prop
Club/Region Sale Sharks
Height 1.7 m (5' 7“)
Weight 107.73 kg (16st 11lbs)
Honours Wales (20 caps)

Pyrs earned her first cap as a second half replacement in Wales’ 20-8 victory at Stadio Comunale Pacifico Carotti in the opening round of the 2017 Women’s Six Nations and made her first start in the Wales jersey against Ireland during the November internationals in 2019 before going on to become ever-present in the side for the rest of the autumn and the 2020 Women’s Six Nations.

She took up rugby formerly aged 16 when Clwb Rygbi Nant Conwy formed an U18 girls’ team but had previously enjoyed playing with her brothers and sisters on the family farm near Ysbyty Ifan in the Conwy Valley where she is also a renowned sheepdog trainer.

Pyrs was an Urdd/WRU apprentice and WRU hub officer in North Wales schools for three years before starting an Access to Health Care course in Coleg Llandrillo with a view to training as a midwife in the future.

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