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Barbarian Men

Alexander Cecil Pedlow

Wing

12

Matches

12

Points

Country

Ireland

Playing Record

Games
31 Mar 1956
National Stadium
Cardiff
6
6
Barbarians
16 Apr 1960
National Stadium
Cardiff
10
10
Barbarians
28 May 1958
E.A.Union Ground
East African XV
52
12
Barbarians
06 Mar 1958
Franklin's Gardens
East Midlands
14
16
Barbarians
23 Apr 1957
Rodney Parade
Newport
5
8
Barbarians
03 Apr 1956
Rodney Parade
Newport
14
3
Barbarians
08 Apr 1958
Rodney Parade
Newport
13
8
Barbarians
19 Apr 1957
Recreation Ground
Penarth
15
28
Barbarians
04 Apr 1958
Recreation Ground
Penarth
5
6
Barbarians
18 Apr 1960
St Helen's
Swansea
16
0
Barbarians
02 Apr 1956
St Helen's
Swansea
8
0
Barbarians
14 May 1958
Olen Park
Western Transvaal
11
3
Barbarians
Statistics
12 Games Played
9 Wins
1 Losses
2 Draws
12 Points

Alexander Cecil Pedlow

Alexander Cecil Pedlow was born in Lurgan, County Armagh, on 20 January 1934 and educated at Campbell College, Belfast, and Queen's University. He worked as a dentist in Belfast and played for the CIYMS club. After a try-scoring international debut as a 19-year-old against Wales in 1953, he went on to win 30 caps for Ireland at wing and centre and scored 31 points. In 1955 he toured South Africa with the British Isles, playing in 13 matches, including two tests, and scoring 58 points. Cecil Pedlow's 12 games for the Barbarians included four Easter tours to Wales and the pioneering tour to South Africa in 1958. He also captained the Barbarians in the 1958 Mobbs Memorial Match.

Player Records, Fixtures & Results

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