Liam Davies
Liam Davies
Liam Davies is a Welsh rugby union footballer. Davies began his professional rugby career with the Llanelli Scarlets, and made his league debut for the Scarlets while still in the region's development squad, playing against Cardiff Blues on 14 September 2005. He made a further nine appearances in the 2005–06 season, scoring a try against Glasgow Warriors on 16 October 2005.
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Blame game over Bali death - The West Australian
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The West Australian Blame game over Bali death The West Australian Indonesian police have still not begun to investigate the poisoning death of Perth man Liam Davies, despite the Australian Government claiming it has repeatedly pleaded for action. In a statement last night, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade said the ... Paradise lost: new alert over counterfeit cocktailsBrisbane Times Misdiagnosis delayed vital treatment for methanol-poisoned teenNew Zealand Herald Methanol death asks questions of Bali bootleg brewingABC Online Herald Sun -Perth Now -Yahoo!7 News all 38 news articles »
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Perth teenager Liam Davies dies after Lombok methanol poisoning - NEWS.com.au
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Brisbane Times Perth teenager Liam Davies dies after Lombok methanol poisoning NEWS.com.au A WA teenager suffering methanol poisoning from a drink he consumed near Bali has died in a Perth hospital. Liam Davies, 19, had been celebrating with mates on New Year's Day when he became sick after drinking an alcoholic beverage at a bar on the ... Methanol poisoning claims WA teenager's lifeABC Online Perth teen dies from methanol poisoningBrisbane Times Teen dies after drinking 'cocktail'Independent Online The Daily Telegraph all 92 news articles »
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Newcome lose ground despite Filby maximum - Portsmouth News
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Liam Davies and Simon Petrie put Marines 4-3 up as they took legs either side of Froddington's Derek Toms. Froddington couldn't afford to drop another leg and Mark Whitelock and Adam Lipscombe obliged for them as they took the remaining games to win
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Derby demolition - Western Telegraph
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Liam Davies pulled a goal back for the Robins, scoring with a firm rising shot from inside the box. Paul Jones came off the bench to score the Vikings' seventh with a textbook header. Hakin United: Adrian Devonald, Matthew Broome, Ewan Findlay,
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Baffins beat Old Canal C in crunch clash - Portsmouth News
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Liam Davies opened proceedings for Marines before J Lewis pulled Leopold level. With walkovers to come for Leopold's Malcolm Randall, Dave Edwards and Mike Emery, Marines couldn't afford to drop another leg. And Chris Verhiest, Brian McNamara,
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Bourne face two crucial clashes in their title hunt - Bourne Local
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... within touching distance of Market Deeping 2nd. Blankney won the battle of the division three challengers but Baston gained sufficient points to move into second place, level with Spalding 2nd. Liam Davies made 54 and Ant Morris hit 47 for Baston
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Title race set for a thrilling finish - Peterborough Today
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Liam Davies struck 54 for Baston, but Blankney have moved to within nine points of Baston and have a game in hand. Cavaliers hopes of the Second Division title were crushed by Stamford seconds who shot them out for 100 on the way to a nine-wicket win
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CRICKET: Billingborough close in on title - Spalding Today
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With Welby posting just 144-8, Town were only able to amass 134-9 in reply. Down in Division Three, third-placed Baston lost a crucial clash with fellow promotion candidates Blankney. Liam Davies top scored with 54 at The Shrine, but Blankney knocked
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Citizen status on 'bucketlist' - Otago Daily Times
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Mrs Davies has lived in Abbotsford for many years, but because of her declining health she was not expected to return home. Her son, Liam Davies, said the family hoped to plant the tree at the Dunedin Botanic Garden with a plaque
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Cycle Speedway Weekly Reports - British Cycling
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The combination match was expected to be a hotly contested affair but did not turn out that way. It did however produce the race of the day in the thirteenth, eleven year old Liam Davies making a last to first dash to get the better of Charlie Rumbold
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Cycle Speedway Weekly Reports - British Cycling
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Monarchs 74: J Kemp 11+1, C Cooper 10+2, lauren Davies 10, Liam Davies 10+1, L Whitehead 9+2, N Venson 8, L Kemp 6. Wednesfield 55: S Parr 14, T Allen 11+1, J Holdcroft 11, R Brindley 10, H Everiss 4, A O'Brien 3, S Baugh 2
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CRICKET: Bracebridge blitz destroys Deeping - Spalding Today
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Chris Bower's 61 helped them to 180, before Doug Russll (5-22) and Liam Davies (5-49) – who were the only Baston bowlers used – cleaned up the hosts for 74. Sunday's derby between Pinchbeck and Moulton Harrox 2nd was abandoned because of rain
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CRICKET: Super Sam sets up maiden win - Spalding Today
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However, opener Ant Morris (74no) refused to budge and played a solid knock with some particularly good shots off the front foot and, in partnership with Liam Davies (34), turned the innings around for Baston. Pinchbeck were left to rue two dropped
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It's easy for Brown as Staverton cruise home - Northampton Chronicle & Echo
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Jason Spence (Kingsthorpe) edged out Chris Malton with one hole to spare, before Liam Davies (Collingtree) beat Kris Spence on the 18th as the two sides recorded the fourth draw in this division. Whittlebury Park became the first team in the division
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Young Blues enjoy magic of the cup - Hemsworth and South Elmsall Express
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Anyone interested should contact Ian Nicholson on 07801 081723 or Liam Davies on 07776 207946 for more information. See this week's Hemsworth and South Elmsall Express for all the latest sports news from around the area
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Liam Davies
    TWENTIES
  • 2012
    Age 25
    On 5 January 2012, he signed back for the Scarlets as cover because the Scarlets scrum half Tavis Knoyle injured his shoulder and would be out for at least 3 months.
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  • 2011
    Age 24
    Davies was released by the Scarlets at the end of the 2011-12 season and in September 2012 joined Newport Gwent Dragons.
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  • 2009
    Age 22
    He was released by the Ospreys at the end of the 2009–10 season and joined French club Dax.
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    On 21 June 2009, Davies signed a three-year contract with the Ospreys.
    More Details Hide Details In January 2010 Davies joined London Welsh on loan.
  • 2008
    Age 21
    He made his debut on 6 September 2008 in a 16–16 draw with Castres.
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    In June 2008, Davies signed for Brive on a two-year contract.
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  • 2007
    Age 20
    With Dwayne Peel away at the 2007 Rugby World Cup, Davies started the 2007–08 season at the top of the Scarlets' scrum-half pecking order with Gavin Cattle.
    More Details Hide Details The two of them shared duties in the number 9 shirt for the first three months of the season, before Peel's return, but they soon got back into action when Peel joined up with the Wales squad for the 2008 Six Nations.
  • TEENAGE
  • 2006
    Age 19
    Davies started the 2006–07 season as the Scarlets' third-choice scrum-half, behind Dwayne Peel and Clive Stuart-Smith, and so was forced to wait until December to make his first appearance of the season.
    More Details Hide Details Again, he made a further nine appearances that season, scoring one try.
    In March 2006, Davies was promoted to the Scarlets' first team squad, signing on a professional development contract.
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  • 2005
    Age 18
    He made a further nine appearances in the 2005–06 season, scoring a try against Glasgow Warriors on 16 October 2005.
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    A scrum-half, Davies began his professional rugby career with the Llanelli Scarlets, and made his league debut for the Scarlets while still in the region's development squad, playing against Cardiff Blues on 14 September 2005.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1985
    Age -2
    Born on May 10, 1985.
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