Gerald Davies

Thomas Gerald Reames Davies scored eight tries in 10 games for the Club including a hat-trick against Wasps in 1967.

Originally an international centre, including his appearances for the Barbarians against Australia and New Zealand in 1967, he went on to become one of the greatest wings to play the game. He unfortunately withdrew injured on the morning of the famous match against the All Blacks in 1973 but was again in the side against them the following year.

He also made his second appearance against the Wallabies in 1976 and brought down the curtain on a distinguished Barbarian career by captaining the team against the British Lions in the Queen's Silver Jubilee Match at Twickenham in September 1977.