Gareth Baber

Gareth is a former Newport Gwent Dragons scrum-half whose job prior to assuming the head coach's role for the Hong Kong Sports Institute’s rugby sevens programme was as attacks/backs coach for Cardiff Blues RFC in Wales. He retired as a player in 2007, but not before earning a Blue for Oxford University’s rugby team and playing for Cardiff, Llanelli, Aberavon, Bristol and Pontypridd. Gareth has also worked as assistant coach with Wales Under-20s and as coach for the Wales sevens side.
Gareth Baber
Gareth is a former Newport Gwent Dragons scrum-half whose job prior to assuming the head coach's role for the Hong Kong Sports Institute’s rugby sevens programme was as attacks/backs coach for Cardiff Blues RFC in Wales. He retired as a player in 2007, but not before earning a Blue for Oxford University’s rugby team and playing for Cardiff, Llanelli, Aberavon, Bristol and Pontypridd. Gareth has also worked as assistant coach with Wales Under-20s and as coach for the Wales sevens side.

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Coach’s Corner | Darwin tour presents great opportunity to observe squad dynamics

Since the players’ arrival back at the Hong Kong Sports Institute on 6 January, both the men’s and women’s squads have been working hard on their physical conditioning and basic skills.

29 Oct 2018 - 6:19AM

Since the players’ arrival back at the Hong Kong Sports Institute on 6 January, both the men’s and women’s squads have been working hard on their physical conditioning and basic skills.

Darwin tour presents great opportunity to observe squad dynamics
Coach’s Corner | Team spirit key to overcoming challenges ahead

I recall a conversation I had with my father when I was 11 years old during which he claimed that by the time I reached the age of 18, rugby players in Wales would be paid as professional athletes.

29 Oct 2018 - 6:19AM

I recall a conversation I had with my father when I was 11 years old during which he claimed that by the time I reached the age of 18, rugby players in Wales would be paid as professional athletes.

Team spirit key to overcoming challenges ahead