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Wayne Proctor

Not to be confused with the rugby league footballer of the 1980s for Great Britain, and Hull F.C., Wayne Proctor
Wayne Proctor
Full name Wayne Thomas Proctor
Date of birth (1972-06-12) 12 June 1972
Place of birth Bridgend, Wales
Rugby union career
Playing career
Position Wings
Amateur clubs
Years Club / team
Llanelli RFC
National team(s)
Years Club / team Caps (points)
1992-2001 Wales 39 (55)

Wayne Thomas Proctor (12 June 1972)[1] is a former Welsh international rugby union player, who was a winger/full-back for Wales, Llanelli RFC and subsequently the Llanelli Scarlets.

Proctor is the son of Tommy and Gillian Proctor and is originally from Cardigan, West Wales.

A former Welsh schools international athlete, Proctor represented Wales at the 110m hurdles whilst a student at Cardigan Secondary School.

Proctor is still the current record holder for the most tries in the Welsh league and record try scorer for Llanelli RFC. He is the third highest points scorer for the Scarlets, with 872. Gareth Bowen is the second highest points scorer, with 1,055, and Stephen Jones is leading, with 2,716. He is also in fifth place on the appearances list for the Scarlets, with 273. He is only six appearances behind Chris Wyatt.

Having studied sports science at Pembrokeshire College, Proctor for many years held the position of Fitness Coach to the Llanelli Scarlets. Proctor was formerly Fitness coach for the Wales under 21's squad and is currently the fitness coach for the Wales Sevens Squad.[2]


  1. ^ Wayne Proctor Wayne Proctor player profile
  2. ^ [1] Wales Sevens squad
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