Thomas Williams (rugby league)

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Thomas Williams
Personal information
Full nameThomas Williams
BornWales
Diedunknown
Playing information
Position Wing
Club
YearsTeamPldTGFGP
1911–19 Oldham 834000120
Representative
YearsTeamPldTGFGP
1913 Wales 1
Source: [1]

Thomas "Tom" Williams (birth unknown – death unknown) was a Welsh professional rugby league footballer who played in the 1910s. He played at representative level for Wales, and at club level for Oldham (Heritage No. 141), [2] as a wing, i.e. number 2 or 5. [1] [3] [1] [4]

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International honours

Williams won a cap for Wales while at Oldham in 1913. [1]

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References

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