Our Ambassadors.

We are proud to have some fantastic ambassadors backing our cause. We look forward to working with them as we fight against Motor Neurone Disease.

Gareth Davies.

Gareth Davies is a Wales international rugby union player currently playing as scrum half for the Scarlets.

Davies went to Ysgol Gyfun Dyffryn Teifi in Llandysul before studying Sports Development and Coaching at Coleg Sir Gar in Llanelli. He has been with the Scarlets since he joined the academy in 2006. He has over 100 appearances for the Scarlets scoring over 100 points.

Davies was the top try scorer in the RaboDirect Pro12 for the 2013/14 season, scoring 10 tries. This caught the eye of Wales head coach Warren Gatland to select him for the summer tour of South Africa in 2014.

Davies made his Wales international debut versus South Africa on 14 June 2014 as a second half replacement for scrum half Mike Phillips. On March 20th 2015, Davies played in the 61-20 win over Italy. He scored tries in all 3 pool matches in 2015 Rugby World Cup against Uruguay, England and Fiji.

Sarel Johannes Pretorius.

Sarel Johannes Pretorius is a South African rugby player who plays at scrum half. He currently plays for Welsh Pro12 side Newport Gwent Dragons.

From 2007–11 he played in the Currie Cup for Griquas and made his Super Rugby debut for the Cheetahs in 2009 against the Western Force. In 2010 and 2011 he played in every match and in the 2011 Super Rugby competition he equalled Bjorn Basson from the Bulls as the top tryscorer with nine tries. 2008 saw him included in the ‘Emerging Springboks’ side and in 2009 he played for the Royal XV against the touring British and Irish Lions.

Pretorius signed for the Waratahs for two years starting in 2012. After just a single season, however, he returned to the Cheetahs to play Super Rugby again for them.

In January 2015, Pretorius announced that he would join the Welsh regional team Newport Gwent Dragons at the end of the 2014–15 season.

Brok Harris.

Juan ‘Brok’ Harris is a South African rugby player. 

He matriculated from Hoërskool Bastion in Krugersdorp, after which he attended Potchefstroom University. He played as a loosehead prop for the Stormers in Super Rugby and Western Province in the Currie Cup, before joining Newport Gwent Dragons In August 2014.

Rynard Landman.

Rynard Jaco ‘Ligtoring’ Landman is a South African rugby player. He usually plays as a lock and occasionally as a flanker.

Landman played his youth rugby with the Leopards and that’s where he began his senior rugby career. He played more than 40 games for the Potchefstroom-based side before joining the Boland Cavaliers in 2011. He only spent one season in Wellington before moving to the Griquas in 2012. Strong performances in the local Vodacom Cup and Currie Cup competitions allied to injuries to Martin Muller and Andries Ferreira saw him become an important member of the Cheetahs team that reached the play-offs in the 2013 Super Rugby season.

Landman signed for Newport Gwent Dragons on a three-year deal prior to the 2014–15 Pro12 season


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