Welsh Sports Hall of Fame: Terry Yorath and Graham Price honoured

Terry Yorath and Graham Price
Terry Yorath made his Wales debut in 1969 while Graham Price won his first senior cap in 1975

Former Wales football manager Terry Yorath and ex-Wales and Lions prop Graham Price have been inducted into the Welsh Sports hall of fame.

Yorath, capped 59 times, played for Leeds United, Tottenham and Coventry City before managing Wales.

Price, a member of the famous Pontypool front row, won 41 Wales caps and a record 12 for the Lions as a prop.

Cricketer Peter Walker and sprinter Christian Malcolm were also honoured.

Walker was a member of Glamorgan's 1969 County Championship winning side and played three Test matches for England.

Four-time Olympian Malcolm competed at four Commonwealth Games, winning 200m silver in Kuala Lumpur in 1998 and a bronze in the same event in Delhi in 2010.

Peter Walker
Peter Walker became a broadcaster after retirement and is a former president of Glamorgan
Christian Malcolm
Christian Malcolm won the World Junior Championships sprint double in 1998

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