James Davies

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Born on 25th October 1990 in Bancyfelin, James Davies emerged as a rugby prodigy.

Davies’ journey in rugby began at a young age, honing his skills on the fields of Bancyfelin. His dedication and talent quickly caught the eye of rugby experts and enthusiasts alike.

By his early twenties, Davies had already made a name for himself in the rugby world, earning accolades and establishing himself as a formidable player.

Memorable matches and performances earned Davies 11 Wales caps but also the opportunity to represent Team GB at the 2016 Olympics in Rio, Brazil.

Davies was part of the 7’s team that won the silver medal, losing the final to Fiji.

Beyond his rugby career, James Davies has made a significant impact in the business world, setting up several businesses.

Particularly in this part of the world, James Davies remains an inspiration to many and his rugby boots proudly displayed on the wall at Carmarthen Athletic Rugby Club.