To play for Wales is one thing, to captain Wales is another.
Whether a player has captained Wales 18 times, like current men’s record holder Jim Sullivan, or just the once like a number have done, it’s a great honour to lead the team out and stand in the centre for the photographs or coin toss.
Since the Wales Wheelchair side started in 2012, there have been five captains and three head coaches…
|Captain||Name||Times as Captain||Debut as Captain|
|1||Alan Caron||3||Test # 1 – 07/07/2012 Scotland|
|2||Paul Craig||5||Test # 4 – 03/07/2013 Ireland|
|3||Adam Button||3||Test # 9 – 13/09/2014 Ireland|
|4||Mark Williams||16||Test # 12 – 09/08/2015 Ireland|
|5||Stuart Williams||9||Test # 28 – 25/07/2017 Spain|
|Name||Years||G||W||D||L||Honours / World Cups|
|Maurice Craig||2012-2013||8||5||0||3||2013 Wheelchair World Cup – Third Place|
|Alana Sargent||2014-2016||10||2||0||8||2016 Celtic Cup – Winners|
|Stephen Jones||2016–||18||10||0||8||2017 Celtic Cup – Winners
2017 Wheelchair World Cup – Fifth Place
2018 Celtic Cup – Winners
2019 Celtic Cup – Winners