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Tom Prydie

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Player details
NameTom Prydie
BornBridgend, Wales
Tom Prydie, Dragons: Stats
Competition Apps T C G DG YC RC Pts
European Rugby Challenge Cup 6 (0) 3 7 7 0 0 0 50
Guinness PRO12 3 (1) 0 0 2 0 0 0 6

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Tom Prydie NEWS

13th June 2013

Josh Navidi to win first cap for Wales against Japan in Tokyo

Wales have made four changes to their line-up for Saturday's second Test against Japan in Tokyo.

26th January 2012

Wasps bolster wing options

London Wasps have brought in wingers Tom Prydie and Lee Robinson until the end of the season.

4th July 2011

Prydie sets sights on return

Ospreys full-back Tom Prydie is on schedule for a return to training following double surgery on knee and shoulder problems.

22nd March 2011

World Cup blow for Prydie

Wales wing Tom Prydie is set to miss the World Cup after learning that he will need knee reconstruction surgery.

1st February 2011

Mixed news for Halfpenny

Cardiff Blues winger Leigh Halfpenny could be out for just two weeks after he aggravated an ankle injury in training.

18th June 2010

Prydie dream comes true

Youngster Tom Prydie can scarcely believe he will be running out to face the All Blacks in just his third appearance for Wales.