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Barbarian Men

Frank Douglas Prentice

No.8

4

Matches

4

Points

Country

England

Playing Record

Games
03 Mar 1927
Franklin's Gardens
Barbarians
24
11
East Midlands
07 Mar 1929
Franklin's Gardens
Barbarians
8
8
East Midlands
01 Mar 1928
Franklin's Gardens
East Midlands
4
8
Barbarians
06 Mar 1930
Franklin's Gardens
East Midlands
6
22
Barbarians
Statistics
4 Games Played
3 Wins
1 Draws
4 Points

Frank Douglas Prentice

Frank Douglas Prentice was born in 1897 and educated at Wyggeston School. He played at number 8 for Leicester and in three internationals for England in 1928. In 1930 he captained the British Isles on their tour of Australasia and scored 49 points in eight matches, including one test, in New Zealand. He also led the team in the only test against Australia in Sydney. He played in four consecutive Mobbs Memorial Matches for the Barbarians and was captain in 1930. In 1936 he was manager of the Great Britain team that played 10 fixtures in Argentina. In World War II he served as a Lieutenant-Colonel. He was secretary of the Rugby Football Union from 1947 to 1962. Doug Prentice died on 3 October 1962.

Player Records, Fixtures & Results

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