Sporting honours

Hallam Amos scoring for Wales v Australia in 2017

Hallam Amos Welsh international rugby player
Wayne Barnes International rugby union referee
Eddie Butler Journalist, sports commentator and former Welsh rugby union player (British Lion, Captain of Wales)
David Broome Former international show jumper
Gareth Davies Telegraph boxing correspondent
John Gwilliam Former Welsh rugby union player
Steve James Former Glamorgan and England batsman, now Sunday Telegraph cricket columnist
Keith Jarrett Former Welsh international rugby player
Andy Jones Former Glamorgan cricketer, now Monmouth School for Boys teacher and housemaster of Chapel House
Tony Jorden Former England rugby union international
Tom Lucy GB rower (silver medallist in men’s VIII, Beijing 2008), now serving officer with Royal Marines
Lord Colin Moynihan Former British Olympic cox, politician, businessman and former Chairman of British Olympic Association
Lewis Oliva Professional cyclist and GB team sprinter, contracted to British Cycling, U23 Academy
Richard Parks Former Wales international rugby union player, now international explorer and charity fundraiser
Kyle Tudge Former Glamorgan and Wales cricketer
Charles Wiggin Rowing commentator, bronze medallist 1980 Olympics, men’s coxless pair
Robin Williams World and Olympic rowing coach; coached Heather Stanning and Helen Glover to gold medal in women’s coxless pair in London 2012 Olympics; former GB rowing international and medallist
Huw Waters Former Glamorgan cricketer and England U19s
Jeremy Lawler Current Glamorgan cricketer