Player Archive - J.F. Slattery

J.F. Slattery player photo.
  • Country: Ireland Ireland
  • Points Scored: 17
John Fergus Slattery was born in Dun Laoghaire on 12 February 1949 and educated at Blackrock College and University College, Dublin. He was employed as an auctioneer and property consultant. Between 1970 and 1984 he played 61 internationals for Ireland as an open-side flanker and captained his country on 17 occasions. He toured Australasia in 1971 and South Africa in 1974 with the British Isles, making 25 appearances, including four tests against the Springboks. Fergus Slattery's 18 appearances for the Barbarians included a try-scoring contribution in the victory over New Zealand in 1973. He captained the Barbarians against Moseley (1974), East Midlands (1979 and 1980) and Scotland (1983).

Games Played

Date Opponent Points    
26 March 1983 Scotland XV (non-cap) 0 Full Squad Match Images
26 March 1980 East Midlands 0 Full Squad Match Images
07 March 1979 East Midlands 0 Full Squad Match Images
04 March 1976 East Midlands 0 Full Squad Match Images
24 January 1976 Australia XV 0 Full Squad Match Images
30 November 1974 New Zealand XV (non-cap) 0 Full Squad Match Images
27 March 1974 Moseley 0 Full Squad Match Images
23 April 1973 Swansea 0 Full Squad Match Images
21 April 1973 Cardiff 4 Full Squad Match Images
27 January 1973 New Zealand XV (non-cap) 4 Full Squad Match Images
27 December 1972 Leicester Tigers 0 Full Squad Match Images
25 October 1972 Cambridge University 0 Full Squad Match Images
27 September 1972 Llanelli 0 Full Squad Match Images
02 March 1972 East Midlands 0 Full Squad Match Images
24 October 1970 Fiji XV 0 Full Squad Match Images
09 May 1970 Scotland XV (non-cap) 0 Full Squad Match Images
29 March 1970 Swansea 6 Full Squad Match Images
28 March 1970 Cardiff 3 Full Squad Match Images