Sid Bevan (2 May 1877 - 17 October 1933) was a Welsh rugby union player who represented Wales and the British Lions. Bevan played club rugby for Swansea, joining the club in 1897 and it was while he was playing for Swansea he would be selected to play for Wales. His first and only cap was on March 2, 1904 at Balmoral Showgrounds in Belfast against Ireland. In the same year Bevan was selected to represent Bedell Sivright's British Lions on their tour of Australia and New Zealand. He played in four of the tests.
During World War I, Bevan was a second lieutenant in the 6th battalion of the Welch Regiment.
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