Gareth Davies

[rugby player born 1990] Gareth Davies (born 18 August 1990) is a Wales international rugby union plater currently playing for Llanelli RFC and the Scarlets. His position is scrum-half. He is a fluent Welsh speaker. Davies went to Ysgol Gyfun Dyffryn Teifi in Llandysul before studying Sports Development and Coaching at Coleg Sir Gar in Llan...
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Gareth Davies

[cricketer] Gareth Rhys Davies (born 16 February 1975) is a former Welsh cricketer. Davies was a left-handed batsman who bowled slow left-arm orthodox. He was born at Gorseinon, Glamorgan. Davies made his Minor Counties Championship debut for Wales Minor Counties in 1996 against Oxfordshire. From 1996 to 2000, he represented the team in 12 ...
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Gareth Davies

[rugby league] For other people of the same name see Gareth Davies (disambiguation) Gareth Davies ({birth date and age|1973|8|7|df=y}) born in Cardiff, is a Welsh professional rugby league footballer of the 1990s, playing at representative level for Wales, and at club level for Warrington, as a {rlp|FB}, or {rlp|CE}. ==International honours...
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Gareth Davies

[television producer] Gareth Davies (fl. c. 2000) is a television producer. His first Hollywood producing credit was the 1970 film The Juggler of Notre Dame. Since, he has produced for television, particularly series including 69 episodes of Remington Steele (two seasons each as producer and as co-executive producer) from 1982 to 1986, and ...
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Gareth Davies

[disambiguation] Gareth Davies (born 1972) is an English rugby union player. Gareth Davies may also refer to: ==Sportspeople== ==Musicians== ==Others== ...
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Gareth Davies

[footballer born 1959] Gareth Robert Davies (born 6 October 1959 in Cardiff, Wales) is a Welsh former footballer. ==Career== Davies began his career with Cardiff City in November 1982, joining from non-league side Sully. He made his debut in a 2-0 defeat against Stockport County during the 1986–87 season, but he went on to make just one m...
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Gareth Davies

[footballer born 1983] Gareth Michael John Davies (born 4 February 1983 in Chesterfield, England) is an English footballer, currently playing for Buxton. ==Career== Whilst playing for Chesterfield he broke his foot in three places in a pre-season friendly in August 2007, which ruled him out for at least six weeks. He joined Stalybridge Celt...
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Gareth Davies

[footballer born 1973] Gareth Davies (born 11 December 1973 in Hereford) is a retired Welsh footballer who played as a central defender. His career was ended prematurely after a long-term knee injury. Although he was born in England he grew up just across the border in Wales, and represented them at Under 21 level. He joined his local club ...
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Gareth Davies

[rugby player born 1955] ==Early and personal life== Born in Carmarthen, he was educated in Llanelli. Davies was an all-round sportsman, representing Welsh schools at cricket and played for Glamorgan County Cricket Club`s second eleven. He then studied chemistry at the former University of Wales, Cardiff and later studied for his teaching q...
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Gareth Davies

[doctor] Gareth Davies (born 10 March 1965) is an NHS Accident & Emergency Consultant working at the Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel. He is best known for his role as lead doctor of the flight crew for the London Air Ambulance (HEMS) and has been seen many times on the BBC documentary television series Trauma, Trauma Uncut and An Hour to...
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Gareth Davies

Gareth Wayne Davies (born 23 March 1972 in Coventry) is a retired English rugby union fly-half, who played for First Division side Barkers Butts. His primary position was fly-half, but he often played at centre. ==International career== Davies played for England Schools Under 17 during 1988 and 1989 making 6 appearances and scoring 38 points in th...
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Gareth Davies

[director] Gareth Davies is a British television director and actor. Davies began his career as an actor with stage roles at the Royal Court Theatre in London and a recurring role in the early BBC soap opera Compact. It is though as a television director where Davies made his greatest impact. He directed several of television dramatist Denn...
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Gareth Davies

[footballer born 1949] Gareth Davies (born 11 August 1949) is a Welsh former footballer who played at both professional and international levels as a central defender. ==Career== Born in Bangor, Davies played for Colwyn Bay, Wrexham and Lex XI. While at Wrexham, he was Player of the Season during 1977–78. Davies also earned three internat...
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