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Barbarian Men

Alan Gerald Bernard Old

Fly-half

8

Matches

17

Points

Country

England

Playing Record

Games
25 Oct 1972
Grange Road
Cambridge University
37
14
Barbarians
29 Mar 1975
Arms Park
Cardiff
24
19
Barbarians
17 Oct 1973
Coundon Road
Coventry
19
30
Barbarians
27 Mar 1974
The Reddings
Moseley
25
22
Barbarians
04 Apr 1972
Rodney Parade
Newport
12
14
Barbarians
31 Mar 1972
Recreation Ground
Penarth
17
41
Barbarians
31 Mar 1975
St Helen's
Swansea
12
13
Barbarians
03 Apr 1972
St Helen's
Swansea
27
25
Barbarians
Statistics
8 Games Played
4 Wins
4 Losses
17 Points

Alan Gerald Bernard Old

Alan Gerald Bernard Old was born in Middlesborough on 23 September 1945 and educated at Acklam Hall Grammar School and London University. He qualified as a teacher and later became a college principal. He played at fly-half for Middlesborough, Leicester and Sheffield and at county level for Yorkshire. After playing for the North-East Counties against New Zealand in 1972 and Australia in 1975, he was a member of the Northern Divison XV that defeated the All Blacks 21-9 in 1979. Between 1972 and 1978 Alan Old scored 98 points in 16 internationals for England. On the 1974 British Isles' tour of South Africa he scored 59 points in four matches, including a record 37 points against South-West Districts, before an injury cut short his tour. He captained the Barbarians twice in 1975 - against Cardiff and Swansea.

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