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Tyrone Howe

MA German and International Relations, 1994

Tyrone Howe

As an 18 year old, who initially felt a long way from home, the University rugby club provided me with an immediate circle of like-minded individuals and the framework within which my life and education at St. Andrews would be nurtured.

I still love that bold symbol – the Cross of St Andrews. You knew exactly who you were representing. That was crucial for me and remained so throughout the rest of my rugby career, whether it was the crown of Oxford, the red hand of Ulster or the shamrock of Ireland.

Chris Rea

MA Modern History, 1966

Christopher W.W. Rea

I was smitten by St. Andrews at an early age. Ever since my father took me to watch the 1st XV play at University Park. This is the place for me, I thought.

The memories are as vivid today as they were forty plus years ago. For a start, it was the most enjoyable rugby of my life. Training or playing six days a week, the comradeship of like minded young men, and the after match mayhem. The rugby itself was joyously uninhibited and of a standard high enough to compete with the best in the country.

Damian Hopley

Graduate MA Theology, 1992

Damian Paul Hopley

St AURFC was full of diverse characters from all walks of like, and long may that continue. I was very fortunate to fulfil my boyhood dream and go onto represent my country at full international level, and the University played its part in both my academic and rugby education.

Summer was my favourite time of the year to be in St Andrews. The light in the long summer evenings was incredible and whether it was playing cricket at Freuchie or Elie, or golfing on the New or Jubilee long into the evening, it was a very magical part of the world to live.

Scotland Internationals

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Annabel Seargant

Richmond

2011: France (R), Wales, Ireland, England, Italy
2013: England, Italy, Ireland, Wales, France, FIRA[It Sw]
2014: Ireland, England, Italy, France

Annabel Sargeant

Jonathan Petrie

Glasgow Warriors, Caledonia Reds, Colomiers, Dundee High School FP

2000: New Zealand (20), USA, Australia, Samoa
2001: France, Wales, Italy(R), Ireland (R), Tonga, Argentina
2002: France (R), Wales (R), Canada, Romania (R), Fiji
2003: France (R), Wales (R), South Arica, Italy, Wales, Ireland;
WORLD CUP: Japan, USA, France, Australia
2004: Italy (R), Italy (R), Samoa (R), Australia, Japan, Australia, South Africa (R)
2005: France, Ireland, Italy, Wales, England (R), Romania
2006: France (R), Wales (R), Ireland (R), South Africa

Jonathan Petrie

Cameron Glasgow

Scotland A/B, Scotland U21, Barbarians, Edinburgh, Heriots FP, Cambridge University Blue, Edinburgh Wanderers, Howe of Fife

1997: France (R)

Cameron Glasgow

W. Lindsay Renwick

Scotland B, Barbarians, British Colleges XV, Scottish Exiles, Londond Scottish, Sale, Stirling County

1989: Romania

W. Lindsay Renwick

David L. Bell

Rugby: Barbarians, London Scottish, Watsonians, Oxford University Blue
Cricket: Scotland, Watsonians, Aberdeenshire

1975: Ireland, France, Wales, England

David L. Bell

Christopher W. W. Rea

British and Irish Lions, Barbarians, West of Scotland, Headingly, Dundee High Scool FP, Sale

1968: Australia
1969: France, Wales, Ireland, South Africa
1970: France, Wales, Ireland, Australia
1971: France, Wales, Ireland, England, England Centenary

BRITISH LION: 1971 TOUR OF NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA

Christopher W.W. Rea

David James Whyte

Barbarians, Edinburgh Wanderers

1965: Wales, Ireland, England, South Africa
1966: France, Wales, Ireland, England, Australia
1967: France, Wales, Ireland, England

8 Great Britain Athletic Vests

David James Whyte

Michael Kelsey Elgie

Rugby: North of Scotland, Middlesex, Londond Counties, London Scottish
Cricket: South Africa, Natal, Middlesex CCC

1954: New Zealand, Ireland, England, Wales
1955: France, Wales, Ireland, England

South African Cricketer: 1961-62 – 3 Caps vs New Zealand

Michael Kelsey Elgie

John S. Swan

Army, London Scottish, Leicester, Coventry

1953: England
1954: France, New Zealand, Ireland, England, Wales
1955: France, Wales, Ireland, England
1956: France, Wales, Ireland, England
1957: France, Wales
1958: France

John S. Swan

James Stuart ‘Hamish’ Scott

North Malaya, Blackheath, Madras FP

1950: England

James Stuart 'Hamish' Scott

A. M. Thompson

1949: Ireland

A. M. Thompson

Rab B. Bruce-Lockhart

Cambridge University, London Scottish

1937: Ireland
1939: Ireland, England

Rab B Lockheart

Duncan James Macrae

British and Irish Lions, Barbarians, Edinburgh Accademicals

1937: Wales, Ireland, England
1938: Wales, Ireland, England
1939: Wales, Ireland, England

British Lion: 1938 Tour of South Africa

Duncan James Macrae

James Stewart Wilson

1931: France, Wales, Ireland, England
1932: England

Colin C. P. Hill

1912: France, Ireland

Colin C. P. Hill

Robert C. Stevenson

British and Irish Lions, Barbarians

1910: France, Ireland, England
1911: France, Wales, Ireland

British Lion: 1910 Tour of South Africa

Robert C. Stevenson

Alexander R. Moodie

1910: France
1911: France

Alexander R. Moodie

Rev. Peter Anton

1873: England

Alfred Clunies-Ross

1871: England

Alfred Clunies Ross

Robert Munro

1871: England

Robert Munro

J. S. Thomson

Glasgow Academicals

1871: England

England Internationals

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Damian Paul Hopley

England A, England 7’s, Barbarians, Wasps, Cambridge University Blue

1993: Melrose World 7s Trophy Winner
1995: Samoa, Samoa, South Africa

Damian Paul Hopley

Alexander C. W. Snow

England A, England B, Harlequins, Edinburgh, Heriot’s FP

Alexander C. W. Snow

Ireland Internationals

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Tyrone Gyle Howe

British and Irish Lions, Barbarians, Ulster, Oxford University

2000: USA, Japan, South Africa
2001: Italy, France, Romania, Samoa
2002: Italy
2003: Tonga, Wales
2004: France, Wales, England, South Africa
British Lion: 2001 Tour of Australia

Tyrone Howe
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