Dafydd enjoyed a highly decorated career as a professional Rugby union player over 15 years having played over 500 times as a professional.
During his illustrious career he had spells at Bridgend, Pontypridd,Harlequins and Llanelli Scarlets where he also captained the side. He represented Wales A, Wales 7s, Wales Youth, Wales Students and Wales senior team 48 times and scored 16 tries and also stared in 3 Lions test for the British and Irish lions on their tour to Australia in 2001.
Studied Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Swansea University during the early part of his professional career.
Dafydd was the first man to score 25 tries in Heineken cup European competition and still remains the highest British and Irish try scorer.
Following on from his professional sports career he has made the transition into the corporate world working for a Global Foreign exchange company OSTCFX. He is a patron for Tenovous cancer care and is actively involved with several other charities such as Help for heroes and walking with the wounded. A passionate sports fanatic that passes on his skills to young aspiring athletes in the world of sport through motivational speaking on healthy lifestyle and coaching.
Dafydd has moved into the media where he has worked with SKY TV and Aljazeera and now is a regular sports pundit with the BBC.