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Barbarian Men

Grahame Morris Budge

Prop

1

Match

0

Point

Country

Scotland

Playing Record

Games
02 Mar 1950
Franklin's Gardens
Barbarians
3
5
East Midlands
Statistics
1 Games Played
1 Losses

Grahame Morris Budge

Grahame Morris Budge was born in Hamiota, Manitoba, on 7 November 1920. He moved to Scotland and became a poultry farmer and, later, a company director. He played at prop for Edinburgh Wanderers and in 1950 gained four caps for Scotland. Later that year he toured with the British Isles to New Zealand and Australia and played in 14 matches, including one test against the All Blacks. Famed for his mobility, two of his appearances on tour were at wing-forward. In 1952 he resettled in Canada and played for British Columbia against New Zealand in 1954 and three years later against the Barbarians on the Club's first overseas tour. He later became president of British Columbia Rugby Union. Grahame Budge died on 14 November 1979, aged 59.

Player Records, Fixtures & Results

men Senior / 22 Jun 2024
Barbarians
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Fiji