Gareth Delve

Gareth Delve

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Gareth Leon Delve (born 30 December 1982 in Cardiff) is a Wales international rugby union player. In 2010 he captained Gloucester in the English Guinness Premiership, before moving to Australia where he became vice captain of the Melbourne Rebels. His usual position is number 8. When Stirling Mortlock became injured Delve became the first Non Australian to captain an Australian Super Rugby Team.



Delve was a pupil at Rumney High School in Cardiff and accepted a Rugby scholarship from Colston's Collegiate School in Bristol before signing a professional contract with Bath in 2001.

After a few frustrating seasons at Bath, his first team opportunities greatly increased in the 2005–06 season. He was then named in the Welsh squad for the 2006 Six Nations Championship, and earned two caps during the tournament, making his debut against Scotland. He was also called up for the summer tour to Argentina in June 2006, and earned another two caps, as well as scoring a try in the second Test.

In the summer of 2007 he moved from Bath to Gloucester Rugby. He was appointed joint captain of Gloucester in 2009,

In March 2010 he was recalled to the Wales squad and selected in the starting line-up for the match versus Ireland.


Also in March, 2010, Delve signed with...
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