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For other people of the same name, see William Bowen. For the rugby union footballer of the 1880s and '90s for Wales, and Swansea, see William Bowen (rugby player). Billy Bowen Personal information Full name William E Bowen Place of birth Swansea, Wales School Hafod School Rugby league career Position Back Professional clubs Years Club / team Caps (points) 1922-? Leeds R.L. Rugby union career Playing career Position Fly half Amateur clubs Years Club / team 1919-1922 Swansea RFC National team(s) Years Club / team Caps (points) 1921–1922 Wales[1] 6 (6) William 'Billy' Bowen (6 December, 1897–?)[2] was a Welsh dual code rugby player who played club rugby union for Swansea and rugby league for Leeds. Bowen was capped six times for Wales while playing under the union code. Contents 1 Rugby career 1.1 International matches played 2 Bibliography 3 References 4 External links // Rugby career Bowen was first selected to play for Wales during the 1921 Five Nations Championship in a game against Scotland. Under the captaincy of Tommy Vile, Wales lost the match in a match that was nearly abandoned due to crowd problems, when the St Helen's spectators kept pushing onto the pitch.[3] Bowen was re-selected for the next game of the tournament this time against France in a victory at the Cardiff Arms Park, though he lost his place for the final match in Ireland. Bowen was reselected to represent his country for the entirety of the 1922 Five Nations Championship in which Wales won the tournament, winning three of the games and drawing against Scotland. Bowen scored two tries during the tournament; the first in the opening Welsh victory over England when Bowen was one of eight different players to score a try for Wales. His second was more important, as it allowed the draw with Scotland snatched by Wales when Islwyn Evans scored a drop goal in the last two minutes.[4] Bowen may have been awarded more caps for Wales, but he 'Went North' in 1922, switching codes to professional rugby league, joining Leed RLFC.[5] International matches played Wales[6]  England 1922  France 1921, 1922  Ireland 1922  Scotland 1921, 1922 Bibliography Godwin, Terry (1984). The International Rugby Championship 1883-1983. London: Willows Books. ISBN 000218060X.  Smith, David; Williams, Gareth (1980). Fields of Praise: The Official History of The Welsh Rugby Union. Cardiff: University of Wales Press. ISBN 0708307663.  References ^ Welsh Rugby Union player profiles ^ Swansea RFC player profiles ^ Godwin (1983), pg 130. ^ Godwin (1983), pg 135. ^ Robert Gate (1986). "Gone North - Volume 1". R. E. Gate. ISBN 0-9511190-0-1 ^ Smith (1980), pg 464. External links Search for "Bowen" at Statistics at Statistics at