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Barbarian Men

Douglas George Santley Baker

Fly-half

8

Matches

20

Points

Country

England

Playing Record

Games
03 Mar 1955
Goldington Road
Barbarians
17
3
East Midlands
04 May 1957
Thunderbird Stadium
British Columbia
6
19
Barbarians
20 Apr 1957
National Stadium
Cardiff
0
40
Barbarians
28 Feb 1957
Goldington Road
East Midlands
14
24
Barbarians
27 Dec 1955
Welford Road
Leicester Tigers
3
12
Barbarians
30 Apr 1957
Stanley Park
Ontario
0
52
Barbarians
03 Apr 1953
Recreation Ground
Penarth
3
13
Barbarians
06 Apr 1953
St Helen's
Swansea
8
18
Barbarians
Statistics
8 Games Played
5 Wins
3 Losses
20 Points

Douglas George Santley Baker

Douglas George Santley Baker ws born in Las Palmas, Canary Islands, on 29 November 1929 and educated at Merchant Taylors' School and Oxford University. At Oxford he gained Blues in 1951 and 1952 and played against South Africa in 1951. He became a teacher and later worked for a fuel company. He played at fly-half for Old Merchant Taylors. In 1953/54 he played against New Zealand for both London Counties and South-Eastern Counties. In 1955 he played in four internationals for England and gained selection for the British Isles' tour of South Africa. On the tour he scored 21 points in 16 appearances, and played in the final two tests at full-back.

Player Records, Fixtures & Results

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