Hallam Amos rugby player
Hallam Amos rugby player

Hallam Amos

24th Sep 1994 1.85m/97kg Fullback

Hallam made his debut for the Dragons in the LV= Cup victory away at London Wasps. He scored a first half try in the game in which he became the youngest ever regional player at 17 years and 28 days. This was surpassed in the same game by 16 year old Jack Dixon but Hallam still holds the record for youngest regional starter and try scorer.

Hallam also broke the record for the youngest ever starting player in the RaboDirect PRO12 when he started against the Ospreys at the Liberty Stadium in April 2012. Hallam broke the then record held by Kristian Phillips who was 17 years 250 days when he started against Connacht in May 2008 - Hallam was 17 years 208 days.

He was included in Wales' 31 man squad for the World Cup but after the win against England he was ruled out with a shoulder injury.

It didn't take long for Hallam to get back into form, with following performances earning him a spot in Wales' 6 Nations squad in 2017.

Ahead of the Autumn series in 2017, Amos has won 11 caps for Wales scoring one try.

Amos added two tries to his Test tally in November and featured in all 4 of Wales matches.

In January he was named in Wales 2018 6 Nations squad where he will look to cement his position in the Wales starting XV.

Amos heads into the 2018 June Tests with 15 test caps to name.

Amos, named for Wales in the 2019 Six Nations has had 1 previous 6 Nations appearance. He has yet to score any points.

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