- Craig Hill (rugby union)
Craig Hill Personal information Full name Craig Hill Date of birth 4 May 1982 Place of birth Cardiff, Wales Height 185 cm (6 ft 1 in) Weight 91 kg (14 st 5 lb) Club information Position(s) flanker Current club Newport Gwent Dragons Sevens National teams Wales Sevens Medal record Rugby Sevens Competitor for Wales Rugby World Cup Sevens Gold Dubai 2009
Craig Hill (born 4 May 1982, Cardiff), is a Welsh rugby union player. An openside flanker, he first played his senior rugby for Caerphilly aged 18, before joining Newport in 2002, and moving to Pontypridd RFC in 2003. He currently plays his club rugby for Newport RFC after returning in 2005 and the Newport Gwent Dragons regional team. He made his debut for the Dragons 9 May 2009 against Edinburgh.
Hill made his Wales Sevens debut in 2008 at the Dubai leg of the IRB series and also represented the Wales national rugby union team (sevens) in other IRB competitions throughout 2009, most notably winning the Sevens Rugby World Cup in Dubai,and also along the way to lifting the trophy scored the first hat trick of the competition in the opening game against Zimbabwe.
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