Hallam Amos will play his last season in rugby, as he made the decision to leave the activity. At 27, the fullback He is retiring from rugby to focus squarely on the final year of his medical career.
With 32 matches with the jersey of Cardiff and previously 9 seasons in Dragons, Amos He said: “I am very grateful for the incredible experience I have had, but it is time to face new challenges.”
After having disputed 25 games for Wales, two presentations in World Cups and two titles in the Six Nations, the back explained: “My intentions were always to finish when my degree of study arrives and this season aligns well with the last year of medicine, so it is a good moment for the transition from the playing field to the hospital,” he indicated.
On the other hand, the Cardiff coach, Dai Young, He referred to Hallam: “Obviously it will be disappointing to lose a player of Hallam’s quality and he has a lot of rugby left, but you can only admire his decision,” he said.