|Date Of Birth||29/10/1951 (65)|
|Place Of Birth||Cardigan|
|Height||178cm / 5' 10"|
|Weight||79kg / 12st 6lbs|
David Brynmor Williams [born 1951] played international rugby for Wales in both union and league. At representative level played rugby union for Wales and the British Lions, at club level he played for Cardiff, Newport, and Swansea. He also played for the Barbarians.
Brynmor made his debut for Cardiff whilst a student at Cardiff Training College. He played 98 games for Cardiff in an eight year career, scoring 33 tries.
His brother Gwynfor, also a scrum half, played for Cardiff's first XV against Hayle in April 1974, on tour, whilst sons Lloyd and Tom also represented the club.
Brynmor gained three caps for Wales, making his debut against Australia in June 1978, but suffering from his playing career overlapping that of Gareth Edwards. In 1977 he toured New Zealand with the British and Irish Lions and played in three tests.
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