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Barbarian Men

John Peter Rhys Williams

Full-back

11

Matches

50

Points

Country

Wales

Playing Record

Games
10 Sep 1977
Twickenham
Barbarians
14
23
British Isles XV(non-cap)
24 Oct 1970
County Ground
Barbarians
9
29
Fiji XV
27 Jan 1973
National Stadium
Barbarians
23
11
New Zealand XV (non-cap)
09 May 1970
Murrayfield
Barbarians
33
17
Scotland XV (non-cap)
31 Jan 1970
Twickenham
Barbarians
12
21
South Africa XV (non-cap)
09 Apr 1977
Arms Park
Cardiff
13
26
Barbarians
26 Sep 1970
Lansdowne Road
Dublin Wanderers
9
30
Barbarians
27 Dec 1969
Welford Road
Leicester Tigers
0
35
Barbarians
27 Dec 1975
Welford Road
Leicester Tigers
11
20
Barbarians
28 Dec 1976
Welford Road
Leicester Tigers
12
8
Barbarians
02 Dec 1969
Iffley Road
Oxford University
16
18
Barbarians
Statistics
11 Games Played
6 Wins
5 Losses
50 Points

John Peter Rhys Williams

John Peter Rhys Williams was born in Cardiff on 2 March 1949 and educated at Millfield School and St Mary's Hospital before qualifying as an orthopaedic surgeon. Having toured Argentina with a Wales XV in September 1968 he gained the first of his 55 caps for Wales against Scotland in February 1969. All but one of his internationals was at full-back but he played as a flanker against Australia in 1978. He scored six tries for Wales and was captain on five occasions. He played club rugby for London Welsh and, latterly, Bridgend. On two British Isles tours to New Zealand in 1971 and South Africa in 1974 he made 30 appearances, including all eight test matches. His 11 games for the Barbarians included the fixtures against South Africa and Fiji in 1970 and New Zealand in 1973.

Player Records, Fixtures & Results

men Senior / 22 Jun 2024
Barbarians
VS
Fiji