The Barry John book of rugby

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Published by C. Davies in Llandybie .

Written in English

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  • Rugby football.

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Statement(edited byBarry John).
The Physical Object
Pagination2-135p. :
Number of Pages135
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15170490M
ISBN 100715400002

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Little is recorded of Davies, though it is known that he began his rugby career with Barry RFC, his hometown club and the origin of his nickname. Davies then switched to Cardiff Star, a small club team in Cardiff, notable for producing talent such as Gwyn Nicholls, Davies was noticed by major Welsh club Cardiff RFC joining them before the turn of the century.

This book features famous names and recounts prodigious deeds and unforgettable characters, such as Bobby Windsor, hooker in the invincible team.

He and many others, from JPR Williams to Barry John, and Gareth Edwards to Phil Bennett, relive the epic matches and point to the decisive moments in the history of the Lions.5/5(1).

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Funeral Home Services for Barry are being provided by The Rugby Funeral Home. The obituary was featured in Rugby Advertiser on Septem

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