- DOB16 Oct 1989
Born in Swansea, Dan Biggar quickly rose through the ranks at first club Ospreys – becoming the youngest player to earn 100 caps at the age of just 22.
Progressing through the Wales age grades, including Under-20s level, the fly-half made his full international debut in the 2008 Autumn Internationals aged 19.
His good club form continued as he topped off an incredible 2012 season with a match and title-winning conversion from the touchline in the Pro12 Grand Final, as well as a number of man-of-the-match performances throughout that season.
Biggar was finally given an extended run in the Welsh No.10 shirt during the victorious 2013 Six Nations campaign, starting all games at fly-half before topping the tournament off with eight points in the Championship decider against England.
When the 2015 Rugby World Cup came around Biggar assumed kicking duties for Wales, scoring 56 points in the process as Wales reached the quarter-final stage.
Biggar would continue to perform on both a club and international stage; he toured New Zealand with the British & Irish Lions in 2017 – scoring 35 points in five appearances – and became the top points-scorer in Pro14 history towards the end of the 2017/18 season.
And having announced his departure from hometown club Ospreys in September 2017, Biggar arrived at Franklin’s Gardens to become a Saint ahead of the 2018/19 season.