Dwayne Peel

As of March 8, 2009 National November 28, 2009

Dwayne John Peel ( born August 31, 1981 in Carmarthen ) is a Welsh rugby union player who is used to the position of scrum Halbs. He is active for the Welsh national team and the Sale Sharks.

Peel was 2001, his debut for Wales against Japan. With the restructuring of the Welsh clubs and regions, Peel played for the Scarlets. In the same year he was nominated for the squad for the World Cup, where he took part in all games. With the Six Nations 2005, he showed outstanding performance and was an important part of the team that was able to achieve the Grand Slam. Consequently, he was also nominated for the national team British and Irish Lions and was the youngest player of the squad. He came in all three games for use.

With the Six Nations 2006, he was injured and fell hard on the shoulder for the rest of the season out. Upon his return, his position was no longer unchallenged. Since then, he is in competition with Mike Phillips. In the 2007 World Cup, he was at every game on the field, but could not prevent the elimination in the first round. With the Six Nations 2008 he was replaced by Phillips. He subsequently moved to England to Sale Sharks. Due to lack of match practice at his new club, he was not initially nominated for the Welsh squad for the Six Nations 2009. After the injury of Gareth Cooper Warren Gatland, however, nominated him. Ahead of the match against Italy, but also Peel injured and fell for the rest of the tournament.