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Hallam Amos

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Born
1994 (26 years old)

Birth Place
Stockport, England

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Wing

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1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)

Weight
96 kg (212 lb; 15 st 2 lb)

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Sport
Rugby

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Cardiff Blues

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Pro14

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Hallam Benjamen Amos (born 24 September 1994) is a Wales international rugby union player who plays for the Cardiff Blues, having previously played for Dragons.

He is currently studying medicine at Cardiff University School of Medicine, following in the footsteps of both his doctor parents and other Welsh international rugby players such as J. P. R. Williams and Jamie Roberts. During his studies at Cardiff, he completed an intercalated degree in Neuroscience, in which he achieved First Class Honours. Hallam attended Cross Ash Primary School and Monmouth School.

Playing career
Club rugby
A full back or wing, he made his debut for Newport Gwent Dragons in October 2011 versus Wasps in the Anglo-Welsh Cup aged 17 years and 28 days. In doing so, Amos broke the record for the youngest player to play Welsh regional rugby held by Kristian Phillips of the Ospreys. Amos also scored a try on his debut. However, later in the same match Jack Dixon broke the record set by Amos, also as a second-half replacement for Newport Gwent Dragons.

On the 21 March 2019 Cardiff Blues announced that Hallam Amos will be joining the squad for the 2019-2020 season of the Pro14 season.

International career
In January 2013 he was selected in the Wales Under 20 squad for the 2013 Under 20 Six Nations Championship, having previously played for Wales Under 16 and Wales Under 18.

In November 2013 Amos was called up to the senior Wales squad for the Autumn international series matches. He made his full international debut on the wing versus Tonga on 22 November 2013. Amos was narrowly denied a try by his right foot being in touch.

In September 2015, Amos was selected in the Wales squad for the 2015 Rugby World Cup, where he played in the victory against England.

In April 2018, Amos was selected as a member of the Commonwealth Games squad to play in the Gold Coast for the Wales Rugby Sevens team.

In September 2019, Amos was selected in the Wales squad for the 2019 Rugby World Cup. He played in the bronze medal match against New Zealand, scoring Wales' opening try.


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