Since September 2010 Henson Has Participated In Three Reality Television Series 71

Gavin Henson
Gavin Henson
Gavin Henson
Gavin Henson
Gavin Henson
Gavin Henson


Brynteg Comprehensive Gavin Lloyd Henson (born 1 February 1982) is a Welsh rugby union player, born in Pencoed, South Wales, currently without a club after being dismissed by Cardiff Blues on 2 April 2012. He attracted much media attention as part of a Wales national team which achieved Grand Slams in the Six Nations Championship in 2005 and 2008. After an extended spell out of the national side, including missing the 2007 Rugby World Cup, he was recalled by caretaker coach Nigel Davies, being included in the squad to play against South Africa. Since September 2010, Henson has participated in three reality television series, 71 Degrees North, Strictly Come Dancing and The Bachelor.

In 2003 Regional Rugby Was Launched In Wales And Henson Played For

Gavin Henson
Gavin Henson
Gavin Henson


He attracted much media attention as part of a Wales national team which achieved Grand Slams in the Six Nations Championship in 2005 and 2008. in November of that year he played for Wales A against Uruguay, scoring his first try in an international. in 2003 regional rugby was launched in Wales, and Henson played for the Ospreys. Henson return to the international field for Wales in 2003.

Gavin Henson Made His International Debut For Wales During June 2001 In A

Gavin Henson
Gavin Henson
Gavin Henson
Gavin Henson
Gavin Henson
Gavin Henson


Henson has two children from his relationship with his former partner, singer Charlotte Church. He made his international debut for Wales during June 2001 in a Test against Japan, coming off the bench. He played twice, and was on the bench for two other Tests. Henson lost his first 6 Nations match which he started on the 21st of March 2009 as Ireland beat Wales in Cardiff 17-15, to win the Grand Slam. Henson had been reported as having trained with Saracens two days prior to this announcement on 25 October 2010, leading to speculation that the return to professional rugby was imminent. Henson’s agent, Matt Ginvert, stated that Henson will return to Rugby after completing his commitments with the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing programme, and Saracens chief executive Edward Griffiths said that he saw no reason why Henson would not compete for the club before Christmas 2010.

When Gavin Henson Was Selected For The Second Test He Was Injured And

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Since September 2010, Henson has participated in three reality television series, 71 Degrees North, Strictly Come Dancing and The Bachelor. Henson has two children from his relationship with his former partner, singer Charlotte Church. Despite his Bridgend origins, he joined Swansea RFC at the age of 18. He made his international debut for Wales during June 2001 in a Test against Japan, coming off the bench. He played twice, and was on the bench for two other Tests. When he was selected for the second test he was injured and could not play in the final test.

Despite His Bridgend Origins Gavin Henson Joined Swansea RFC At The Age Of

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Henson has played in a variety of positions including fly-half, fullback and inside centre. Despite his Bridgend origins, he joined Swansea RFC at the age of 18. During which time he had started paving the way to his international career by signing for the Wales A team. He made his international debut for Wales during June 2001 in a Test against Japan, coming off the bench. He was “devastated not to be playing” in the first Test. He was found not guilty of the kicking offence, but guilty of the elbowing. Following this suspension and a single game at club level, he returned to international rugby against Ireland. He then started for of all of Wales 2008 Six Nations Championship games, Wales then went on to win the Grand Slam for the second time in four seasons.