Tommy Grey

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Thomas Grey
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Personal information
Full nameThomas H. Grey
Bornunknown
Wales
Died3 January 1915
Playing information
Rugby union
Club
YearsTeamPldTGFGP
1904–06 Swansea RFC
Rugby league
Position Stand-off, Scrum-half
Club
YearsTeamPldTGFGP
1906–09 Halifax
1909–≥12 Huddersfield
Total00000
Representative
YearsTeamPldTGFGP
1911–12 Wales 3
Source: [1]

Thomas H. Grey (birth unknown – 3 January 1915) was a Welsh rugby union and professional rugby league footballer who played in the 1900s and 1910s. He played club level rugby union (RU) for Swansea RFC, as a halfback, and representative level rugby league (RL) for Wales, and at club level for Halifax (Heritage No. 151), and Huddersfield, as a stand-off, or scrum-half, i.e. number 6, or 7. [1] [2]

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Playing career

International honours

Tommy Grey won 3 caps for Wales (RL) in 1911–1912 while at Huddersfield. [1]

County Cup Final appearances

Tommy Grey played scrum-half in Huddersfield's 2-8 defeat by Wakefield Trinity in the 1910 Yorkshire County Cup Final during the 1910–11 season at Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds on Saturday 3 December 1910, and played scrum-half, and scored a try and 2-goals in the 22-10 victory over Hull Kingston Rovers in the 1911 Yorkshire County Cup Final during the 1911–12 season at Belle Vue, Wakefield on Saturday 25 November 1911.

County Cup Final appearances

Tommy Grey was transferred from Halifax to Huddersfield on 22 December 1909.

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References

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  2. Williams, Graham; Lush, Peter; Farrar, David (2009). The British Rugby League Records Book. London League. pp. 108–114. ISBN   978-1-903659-49-6.