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Full name  Taliesin Selley
Height  1.83 m
Role  Rugby player

Name  Tal Selley
Weight  114 kg
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Date of birth  (1980-04-20) 20 April 1980 (age 35)

Place of birth  Pembroke Dock , Wales

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Taliesin "Tal" Selley is a Welsh former rugby player, who played either at centre or on the wing.


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After five seasons at the Llanelli Scarlets he signed a 3-year deal with the Ospreys where he played in the historic victory over Australia. He played on loan at the Cardiff Blues and the Newport Gwent Dragons. He made numerous appearances for the Barbarians as well as representing the Help for Heroes rugby team.

National team

Selley toured with Wales to Argentina, South Africa, USA and Canada and scored a try on his senior international debut for Wales in 2005 versus USA in Hartford, Connecticut.

A regular for Wales on the IRB Sevens circuit, Selley remained Wales' Top Try scorer with 60 tries, before being overtaken by Luke Morgan in 2016, and also the countries Top Point scorer in IRB Sevens History. He played in the 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth Games.

Tal is a World Champion, when despite the odds of 80-1, Wales triumphed in Dubai in March 2009 and were crowned 2009 Rugby World Cup Sevens champions. Selley also had the honour of being named "2009 Player of the Tournament", an award previously won by Lawrence Dallaglio (1993), Jonah Lomu (2001) and Waisale Serevi (2005).

Selley was the first player to play for all four Welsh regions


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