Rugby, Birmingham Rugby, Womens Rugby, U19 Rugby, U17 Rugby, Minis Rugby, Junior Rugby, Colts Rugby, Senior Rugby. Missing you is the big book of finding people where you can look for missing people, old friends and respond to searches made by other users. Dec 11, · 33 43 1 40 3 58 1 64 14 44 23 5 62 23 1 13 10 4 .
Two years later he transferred to another French side, Dax, where he won another seven caps and again led the side on each occasion. He also represented Loughborough as a hurdler. For five successive seasons Doble was the leading points scorer in the south of England, the Midlands and south Wales. His third cap was won on tour in New Zealand when he replaced the injured Geoff Evans during the only test match.
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India appearances while a Moseley player. In he scored a famous try in the Canadian defeat of Wales in Cardiff when he was playing out of position as a flanker rather than in his usual position of lock. Professionally he was a specialist in systems analysis organisation and methods and worked for the buying department of the Midlands Electricity Board and as a management accountant and consultant in the National Health Service.
Dec 11, · 33 43 1 40 3 58 1 64 14 44 23 5 62 23 1 13 10 4 . This total included points for Moseley 12 tries, 90 conversions, 83 penalty goals and three dropped goals and 63 for Staffordshire one try, seven conversions, 13 penalty goals and two dropped goals.
Tony Healy has also rowed at university level, swum at national level and has coached Canada's Under 20 rugby team. At the end of that season he was selected for the England tour to Argentina and played in both internationals more.
Fred Byrne's brother Frank also played in the England side that played Wales more.Rugby, Birmingham Rugby, Womens Rugby, U19 Rugby, U17 Rugby, Minis Rugby, Junior Rugby, Colts Rugby, Senior Rugby. In the famous victory over the All Blacks Cranmer dropped a goal and he also scored a try against Scotland.
He won his first England senior cap, at No. He played times for the club and was a subsitute on 22 occasions. In Jeavons played for England Under 23 in the match with France and in the following year toured France with the same side and also appeared for England Students against the touring Argentinians.
Cobner Wales 1 match K. His total of 14 caps is the most won by a player while with Moseley. Webster who was a promising schoolboy player was a particularly brave tackler despite being only 5ft.
He then joined Bristol and played a further 21 times for Canada while with the club. He reached the rank of acting major, was mentioned in despatches on 25th May and was awarded the Military Cross on 1st January Knockout Cup final side.
He also represented Lancashire and played for Great Britain in three Rugby League test matches, scoring one try. In he emigrated to Canada where he was a player-coach at Wisconsin R.
He made a total of appearances for Salford four as a substitute , scored tries, goals and 1, points.
Scrum half Ryan de la Harpe was born in Walvis Bay, Namibia and represented his country at under, under and under level and was also a member of the South Africa under elite squad.
In the period Cooper was a member of a Moseley pack which at that stage was the biggest and heaviest to ever represent the club, averaging nearly 14 stone a man.
In he also played cricket for the Bombay Europeans and the Combined Services. He gained his first taste of international rugby when he represented England at under 19 level. International captains while a Moseley player more.
Matthew Mullineux, that was to visit Australia.
Evers was born in Stourbridge and was educated at Haileybury College. He made his Ireland debut in as a temporary replacement for Nick Popplewell in the match with Fiji. Byrne was born in Sutton Coldfield and was educated at St. This was England's first victory over Scotland for four years.
During the match with Scotland Byrne kicked the first penalty goal in England's international history. After leaving Moseley Horton won a further seven England caps, the last when he was without a club.
In all he made five appearances during the tour and scored 47 points. By profession Wightman was a school teacher. He played for the school team as well as representing Bromsgrove R.
Knockout Cup final with Moseley. He made is Ireland debut, as a prop forward against France in and won two further caps that season against England and Scotland.
Following his return to England Evers was, in , invited to join the Barbarians but he was never selected by England for an international match. Ryan de la Harpe's younger brothers Darryl and Sergio have also played international rugby for Namibia.
In the following season O'Mahony beat his own record by scoring 17 league tries in 23 matches, scoring two hat tricks in the process. His feat of scoring tries in five consecutive league matches was also a Moseley record beating the previous mark of three by Peter Shillingford and Steve Purdy. While a student he joined Moseley and also played for North Midlands. In the following year he captained his country in three matches in the Pan American Championship. In October he played for the Barbarians against Wales.
He also played in that season's two remaining internationals against Ireland and Scotland. Missing you is the big book of finding people where you can look for missing people, old friends and respond to searches made by other users. He first played for Walsall before joining Moseley.
After the war he became a B. In the following season he again made two appearances for England, in the matches with Australia and Wales.
In de la Harpe made 25 appearances for Moseley and scored 25 points. Smith also represented the Anglo-Scots and the Scottish Exiles on eight occasions. In this match he successfully used spoiling tactics from the side of the scrum to prevent Wales playing their normal game, nevertheless the home side were victorious.