Tom David

Tom David

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Thomas Patrick "Tommy" David (born 2 April 1948 in Pontypridd) is a former Wales international rugby union and rugby league player. He was selected for the 1974 British Lions tour to South Africa and at the time played club rugby for Llanelli RFC. He also played for his home-town club Pontypridd RFC and while at the club was part of the 1976 Grand Slam winning Wales team. In 1981 he switched codes to rugby league, representing Cardiff City Blue Dragons.

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Thomas David commonly known as Tom or Tommy, was given the nickname "Tom the Bomb", and was noted for his diving, try-scoring prowess, which would be used to great effect in Pontypridd's 1975/76 season.

David was a keen rugby player as a youth, and represented his school, Hawthorn Secondary Modern before joining Pontypridd. In 1972 he switched to Llanelli, and was chosen to face New Zealand when the All Blacks played Llanelli as part of their 1972/73 tour. The game saw a historic win for...
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