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Kevin Bowring

Kevin Bowring
Place of birth Neath, Wales
Rugby union career
Playing career
Position Coach
Coaching career
Years Club / team



1995–1998
1999–?
Wales Under-20
Wales Under-21
Wales A
Wales
Newbury RFC
correct as of 19:09, 9 January 2013 (UTC).
Rugby union career

Kevin Bowring is a Welsh former rugby union player and coach. Bowring attended Neath Grammar School for Boys. A flanker, he played for London Welsh and captained the team. He also represented the Barbarians and Middlesex County .

He progressed into coaching with Wales Under-20, Under-21 and Wales A before being appointed as the first full-time professional coach of the Wales national rugby union team.[1] He was later employed by the Rugby Football Union as an Elite Coach for the England rugby union team.

Bowring is a Board member of Sports Coach UK and a member of the Coaching Committee which sets the overall strategy for sports coaching in the UK.

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  • Wales profile


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