Huw Taylor rugby player
Huw Taylor rugby player

Huw Taylor

5th Jun 1996 1.96m/114kg No. 8

Taylor was part of a Warriors Academy trio to have joined London Scottish on dual registration in August 2016, playing for London Scottish in the 2016/17 Greene King IPA Championship, while also eligible to play for Warriors and Worcester Cavaliers if required.

Having joined the Senior Academy in 2014, Taylor became an ever-present for Worcester Cavaliers, having captained the side and helping them to the A League final in 2015.

He made his first-team debut against Nottingham Rugby in the British & Irish Cup in 2014 and played a significant role in helping the team win the competition that season, making six appearances.

On the international stage, Taylor represented England U20s in their 2016 Six Nations campaign, before playing in every game for his country as they picked up the Junior World Championship title last June.

In April 2017, he became the latest youngster set to graduate from the Worcester Academy after signing a first-team deal from June 2017.

Taylor made 24 appearances for Worcester Warriors by 9 January 2018 before Dragons confirmed that he would join the club at the start of the 2018/19 season on a two-year deal.

As of April 2020, he has made 25 appearances for the South Wales side and has scored 10 points.

In May 2020, he signed a new two-year deal with Dragons, extending his stay until at least 2022.


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