|Birth name||Bleddyn Taylor|
|Date of birth||17 January 1959|
|Place of birth||Bangor, Wales|
|Height||5 ft 11 in (180 cm)|
|Weight||14 st 7 lb (203 lb; 92 kg)|
|Spouse||Pamela Ann Taylor|
|Children||Bleddyn Rhys, Nia Angharad, Rhodri Llewelyn|
|Rugby union career|
Bleddyn Taylor (born 17 January 1959) was a Welsh rugby union player who played club rugby for Swansea RFC, Pontypool RFC, Neath RFC, Llanelli RFC, and Dunvant RFC. He also represented Wales A, Wales Sevens, and the Barbarians.
Taylor started his career at Pontypool RFC but soon joined Neath RFC at 17 years of age in 1976, as an outside half. He later rejoined Pontypool as a wing, where under the coaching of Ray Prosser, he achieved cult figure status in the Eastern Valley of Monmouthsire, scoring the winning try, when giants of the club game Pontypool lifted their only Welsh Cup in 1983 with an 18-6 victory over Swansea. The wing then moved to the All Whites after a brief stint with Llanelli where in 1990 he topped the Welsh Premier Division try-scoring charts. He later became player-coach during the rise of Dunvant through the divisions. He is now a director of Elite Maintenance Solutions, based in Llanelli.
- Wales 'A'
- 1986 Wales Sevens
- 1990/91 Wales (World Cup Squad)
- Bleddyn Taylor Swansea profile Swansearfc.co.uk