Haydn Morris

Haydn Morris
Full name Haydn Thomas Morris
Date of birth (1928-07-14) 14 July 1928
Place of birth Mountain Ash, Wales
School Mountain Ash Grammar
University Bangor Normal College
Cardiff Training College
Occupation(s) Educator
Rugby union career
Playing career
Position Wing
Amateur clubs
Years Club / team
Mountain Ash RFC
Cardiff Training College
Beaumaris RFC
Barry RFC
Cardiff RFC
Barbarian F.C.
National team(s)
Years Club / team Caps (points)
1951-1955 Wales 3 (6)

Haydn Morris (born 14 July 1928, Mountain Ash, Wales) is a former Cardiff, Wales and British and Irish Lions international rugby union wing three-quarter.[1]

Morris joined Cardiff from his home club Mountain Ash, playing on the left wing. He made his debut for Wales on 7 April 1951 versus France at Stade Colombes, and won two more caps in 1955 against Ireland and France, with a try in both matches. He was selected for the 1955 British Lions tour to South Africa, scoring nine tries in eight appearances,[2] with a hat trick against Griqualand West.[3]

Haydn Morris is a former student of Cardiff Training College and, whilst playing for Cardiff RFC, was sports master and 1st XV coach from September 1952 until 1960, at Barry Boys' Grammar School.


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