Moseley England International Players

 
 

Moseley England Internationals - winning caps while at the club
 

J.H. ROGERS, 1890-91, 4 Caps
 

J.F. BYRNE, 1894-98, 13 Caps

* Toured South Africa in 1896 – the only English current international, scoring 123 points on tour, which was a record until 1960 when beaten by All Black D.B. Clarke. Played in all four internationals.

* England captain 1897-8 and kicked England’s first penalty goal in history

R.H.B. CATHELL, 1895-1900, 7 Caps (3 while at Moseley, 4 with Blackheath)

* Scored two tries v Wales, 1896

Rev. E.M. BAKER, 1895-97, 7 Caps

* Also played for Oxford University
 

F.A. BYRNE, 1897, 1 Cap

W.L.BUNTING, 1897-1901, 9 Caps (7 while at Moseley, 2 with Richmond)

* England captain

A.O. DOWSON, 1899, 1 Cap

G. EVERS, 1899. (Great Britain)

* In 1899, Evers was invited to join the British Isles team to tour Australia. Evers missed the First Test, lost to Australia, but was chosen for the final three Tests, all resulting in wins for the tourists. In 1902 he was invited to join the Barbarians. Although representing Britain, Evers was never selected to represent  England. (Wikipedia)

C.H. SHAW, 1906-7, 6 Caps


J.G. COOPER, 1909, 2 Caps

P. CRANMER, 1930-38, 16 Caps (3 while at Moseley, 13 with Richmond)

* England captain in two games while at Moseley

* Would have been Moseley captain in 1939, except for War

P.G.D. ROBBINS, 1956-62, 19 Caps (5 while at Moseley, 12 with Oxford University and 2 with Coventry)

B.J. WIGHTMAN, 1959-63, 5 Caps (1 while at Moseley, 4 with Coventry)

C.W. McFADYEAN, 1966-68, 11 Caps

* Scored two tries v Scotland, 1967

* England captain twice

* Toured with Lions in New Zealand and was the only back to play in all four Tests (all lost)

* Toured with Lions to South Africa 1968, 1 Test
 

M.J. COULMAN, 1967-68, 9 Caps

* Turned professional

J.F. FINLAN, 1967-73, 13 Caps

N.E. HORTON, 1969-80, 20 Caps (13 while at Moseley, 7 with Toulouse)

* Selected for Lions Tour of New Zealand, 1977. Returned home injured in 4th game
 

P.M. HALE, 1969-70, 3 Caps

K.J. FIELDING, 1969-72, 10 Caps (6 while at Moseley, 4 with Loughborough Colleges)

* Turned professional
 

J. G. WEBSTER, 1972-75, 11 Caps

* in the 1st England team to come away from South Africa unbeaten (1 Test, June 1972)

* in the first England team to defeat New Zealand in NZ (1 Test, Sept 1973)

S.A. DOBLE, 1972-73, 3 Caps

* in the 1st England team to come away from South Africa unbeaten (1 Test, 18-9, scoring 14 points)
 

M.J. COOPER, 1973-77, 11 Caps

* A replacement in 1st England team to defeat New Zealand in NZ (1 Test, Sept 72)
 

B.J. CORLESS, 1976-78, 10 Caps (8 while at Moseley, 2 with Coventry)
 

N.C. JEAVONS, 1981-83, 14 Caps

M.S. LINNETT, 1989, 1 Cap
 

M.C. TEAGUE, 25 Caps (2 while at Moseley, 25 with Gloucester)

* While playing for Moseley, went with Lions to New Zealand, 1993, coming on as a blood replacement in one Test
 

 

Leading number of England Caps while playing for Moseley

N.C. JEAVONS, 14 Caps

J.F. BYRNE, 13 Caps

J.F. FINLAN, 13 Caps

N.E. HORTON, 13 Caps

C.W. McFADYEAN, 13 Caps

M.J. COOPER, 11 Caps

J. C. WEBSTER, 11 Caps
 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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