Gareth Davies had a Bulldog named Pete that was the main character of his Instagram until he passed away in October 2023. We’re sure he’s the main character across the rainbow bridge too.
Gareth Davies (Rugby)
August 18, 1990 (33)
Gareth Davies is a Welsh rugby union player who plays as a scrum-half for the Scarlets in the Pro14 and the Wales national team. He has been a key player in both squads, known for his speed, agility, and scoring ability. Davies made his international debut for Wales in 2014 and has since earned numerous caps, contributing significantly to the team’s successes in Six Nations Championships and the Rugby World Cup. His performances have established him as one of the leading scrum-halves in international rugby.
During his career, Davies has achieved notable successes, including playing a vital role in Wales’ 2019 Six Nations Grand Slam victory and their performance in the 2015 Rugby World Cup, where he was one of the tournament’s top try-scorers. At the club level with the Scarlets, he has been instrumental in their Pro12 title win in the 2016-2017 season. Davies’ ability to turn a game with his decisive breaks and defensive work has made him a crucial player for both his club and country.
Davies’ impact on the field has been amplified through collaborations with teammates and coaches. Playing alongside other Welsh rugby stalwarts like Alun Wyn Jones and Dan Biggar, and under the guidance of coaches Warren Gatland and Wayne Pivac, has not only enhanced his skills but also contributed to the success of the Welsh national team.