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Barbarian Men

Harry Lind

Centre

11

Matches

19

Points

Country

Scotland

Playing Record

Games
28 Apr 1934
Twickenham
Barbarians
0
0
Middlesex 7s
27 Mar 1937
National Stadium
Cardiff
16
3
Barbarians
31 Mar 1934
National Stadium
Cardiff
9
14
Barbarians
27 Dec 1933
Welford Road
Leicester Tigers
21
10
Barbarians
04 May 1935
Twickenham
London
3
34
Barbarians
26 Mar 1937
Recreation Ground
Penarth
8
33
Barbarians
19 Apr 1935
Recreation Ground
Penarth
3
16
Barbarians
29 Mar 1937
St Helen's
Swansea
3
10
Barbarians
17 Apr 1933
St Helen's
Swansea
7
20
Barbarians
02 Apr 1934
St Helen's
Swansea
6
12
Barbarians
22 Apr 1935
St Helen's
Swansea
3
16
Barbarians
Statistics
11 Games Played
5 Wins
5 Losses
19 Points

Harry Lind

Harry Lind was born in Fife on 27 March 1906 and educated at Dunfermline High School. He was an architect and played at fly-half and centre for the Dunfermline club. In 1935 he represented North of Scotland against the touring All Blacks. His 16 caps for Scotland between 1928 and 1936 included the captaincy against Wales in 1934. In 1935 he captained the Barbarians against Penarth. He was also a member of the Barbarians' squad that won the Middlesex Sevens at the first attempt in 1934. In the final he scored the decisive try in the 6-3 victory over Richmond. Harry Lind died on 18 December 1986 aged 80.

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