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PostSubject: Known as the Prince   Tue Aug 23, 2011 9:26 pm

Ten former Welsh internationals have been inducted into the International Rugby Hall of Fame, while three have been inducted into the IRB Hall of Fame.

Somerset-born Frank Hancock changed the game of rugby when he was played as a fourth threequarter for Cardiff.[93] When given the captaincy of Wales in 1886 he trialed the system against opponents Scotland, the very first international match to see four threequarters play. Although the system was abandoned during the match, it was readopted by Wales in 1888 and was quickly absorbed by the other Home Nation countries. It is now the standard formation in world rugby.

Known as the Prince of three-quarters, Gwyn Nicholls played 24 Tests for Wales at centre between 1896 and 1906.[94] He was the only Welsh player in the British Isles team of 1899, and was the star for Wales during their first golden era. Not only did he captain Wales to three Triple Crowns, but also led them to their famous victory over the All Blacks in 1905.[95] On 26 December 1949, gates bearing his name at Cardiff Arms Park were officially opened.[96]

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