Tom Danter

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Tom Danter
Personal information
Full nameThomas Danter
Born(1922-12-01)1 December 1922
Bridgend, Wales
DiedSeptember 1980 (aged 57)
Playing information
Rugby union
Club
YearsTeamPldTGFGP
1948 Cardiff RFC 1
Rugby league
Position Prop
Club
YearsTeamPldTGFGP
≤1949–≥51 Hull F.C.
Hull Kingston Rovers 40000
Total40000
Representative
YearsTeamPldTGFGP
1949–51 Wales 50000
Source: [1]

Thomas Danter (1 December 1922 [2] – September 1980 [3] ) was a Welsh rugby union, and professional rugby league footballer who played in the 1940s and 1950s. He played club level rugby union (RU) for Cardiff RFC, and representative level rugby league (RL) for Wales, and at club level for Hull FC and Hull Kingston Rovers (Heritage № ), as a prop, i.e. number 8 or 10, during the era of contested scrums. [1] [4]

Contents

Background

Tom Danter was born in Bridgend district, Wales.

International honours

Danter won 5 caps for Wales in 1949–1951 while at Hull. [1]

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