Edwin William Gruffydd Richards (sometimes referred to as Edward; 15 December 1879–10 December 1930) was a Welsh field hockey player from Abergavenny who competed in the 1908 Summer Olympics where he won the bronze medal as a member of the Wales team.
Richards was the son of Susanna Thomas and Edwin William Richards, an iron monger from Goytre. His father died from Typhoid on the 3 September 1879; Edwin was born later that year on 15 December. He died in Ipswich on 10 December 1930.
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