Trevor Lloyd, Welsh rugby union player, died at 91

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Trevor Lloyd, born on September 5, 1924 and died October 6, 2015.

Trevor was a former Wales international rugby union player.

Trevor hailed from Port Talbot, where he started playing club rugby with the Aberavon Quins RFC.

He made his debut for Wales on 14 March 1953 versus Ireland and was selected for the 1955 British Lions tour to South Africa.

Trevor also played club rugby for Maesteg RFC, captaining the team for three seasons, and coached the senior club from 1956 to 1959.

Trevor finished his playing career at home town club Aberavon Harlequins where during the 1955/56 season and directly after touring with the Lions, he captained the side into their inaugural season as a club of the Welsh Rugby Union.

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