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Barbarian Men

Paul William Dodge

Centre

9

Matches

26

Points

Country

England

Playing Record

Games
25 Mar 1978
Arms Park
Cardiff
8
20
Barbarians
10 Apr 1982
Arms Park
Cardiff
36
31
Barbarians
24 Mar 1982
Boston (Massachusetts)
East Midlands
22
35
Barbarians
25 Mar 1981
Franklin's Gardens
East Midlands
15
20
Barbarians
06 Mar 1985
Franklin's Gardens
East Midlands
32
30
Barbarians
07 Mar 1979
Franklin's Gardens
East Midlands
11
4
Barbarians
28 Mar 1978
Rodney Parade
Newport
13
0
Barbarians
08 Apr 1980
Rodney Parade
Newport
8
13
Barbarians
04 Apr 1980
Athletic Ground
Penarth
29
22
Barbarians
Statistics
9 Games Played
4 Wins
5 Losses
26 Points

Paul William Dodge

Paul William Dodge was born in Leicester on 26 May 1958 and educated at the Wreake Valley Upper School. He worked in the family bookbinding business. A long-serving centre for Leicester Tigers, he scored 567 points in 18 seasons from 1975 and captained the club in 1987/88 when they won the national cup final and later coached the under-21 squad. Paul Dodge's 32 caps between 1978 and 1985 made him England's most capped centre; he also led the side in eight internationals. In 1980 he joined the British Isles tour of South Africa as a replacement and played in five matches, including the final two tests. In 1985 he captained the Barbarians in the Mobbs Memorial Match. He is the father of O.P.Dodge [q.v.]

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