Kevin Gallagher came to Pontypridd from local club, Pontyclun.
His first match being one against the then-South Glamorgan side,
Penarth, in December 1992.
Bench-bound for a few weeks, Kevin's first start in a league game was against Llanelli at Stradey Park in November 1993.
Kevin departed Pontypridd in the summer of 1994 to play for the Southland province in New Zealand.
After a brief spell at Treorchy, he signed for Clive Woodward's London Irish side in December 1994 after representing the Irish Exiles in the Irish inter-provincial championship.
Moving to Northern Ireland with his wife in 1996, Kevin went on to play for Ulster in 1996/97, before a serious back injury forced him to retire.
Kevin now live in Magilliagan, County Derry, and both coaches local Club Rugby, and is involved with the Ulster U17 Regional Development Squads.
He is employed as a Site Engineer for J. Kennedy Contractors, a Coleraine-based building firm.
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Ponty ar ben eu digon - pencampwyr dwbwl Cymru. Pwy oedd yn serennu yn y gem fawr yn erbyn Llanelli? Ponty on top of the world - double champions of Welsh rugby. Who starred in the big win over Llanelli?