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Dwayne Peel

Dwayne Peel is a former Welsh rugby union player. He was the most capped scrum-half for the Wales national rugby union team with 76 caps. Peel started his rugby career playing for Tumble RFC at Under-8s level. He made his professional club debut for Llanelli RFC before moving to the Llanelli Scarlets region at its creation in 2003. Peel made his international debut for Wales in 2001 against Japan. He was still on his geography degree course at the Swansea University at the time. In 2005, Peel was selected for the British and Irish Lions tour to New Zealand, and was the youngest Lion on the tour.[3] On 9 September 2007, Peel was captain for Wales when they beat Canada 42–17 in their opening match in the 2007 Rugby World Cup. He also played as part of the Barbarians squad in 2013, and played against England and the British and Irish Lions. He joined the Sale Sharks at the end of the 2007–08 season before moving to Bristol Rugby in 2014-15. He was forced to retire in 2016 due to a shoulder injury. In 2017 Peel joined Ulster as Assistant Coach.

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Dwayne Peel: Hunangofiant

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