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Barbarian Men

Jeffrey Butterfield

Centre

10

Matches

21

Points

Country

England

Playing Record

Games
03 Mar 1955
Goldington Road
Barbarians
17
3
East Midlands
06 Mar 1952
Franklin's Gardens
Barbarians
9
3
East Midlands
20 Feb 1954
National Stadium
Barbarians
5
19
New Zealand XV (non-cap)
12 Apr 1952
National Stadium
Cardiff
6
3
Barbarians
04 Mar 1954
Franklin's Gardens
East Midlands
8
26
Barbarians
05 Mar 1953
Goldington Road
East Midlands
8
5
Barbarians
26 Dec 1952
Welford Road
Leicester Tigers
9
22
Barbarians
28 Dec 1953
Welford Road
Leicester Tigers
11
39
Barbarians
28 Dec 1954
Welford Road
Leicester Tigers
13
22
Barbarians
15 Apr 1952
Rodney Parade
Newport
8
3
Barbarians
Statistics
10 Games Played
5 Wins
5 Losses
21 Points

Jeffrey Butterfield

Jeffrey Butterfield was born in Heckmondwike on 9 August 1929 and educated at Loughborough College. His 29 internationals between 1953 and 1959 set a new record for an England centre.He later became an England selector. He was one of four Northampton players in the Barbarian team that played New Zealand in 1954. In 1955 he toured South Africa with the British Isles and was an automatic choice for the four test matches. On tour he scored nine tries in 12 games and in 1959 became a Lion for the second time, making nine appearances in Australasia. Jeff Butterfield died on 30 April 2004, aged 74.

Player Records, Fixtures & Results

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