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Barbarian Men

James Patrick Quinn

Centre

4

Matches

0

Point

Country

England

Playing Record

Games
08 Apr 1955
Recreation Ground
Barbarians
3
3
Penarth
17 Apr 1954
National Stadium
Cardiff
16
0
Barbarians
01 Mar 1956
Franklin's Gardens
East Midlands
11
25
Barbarians
19 Apr 1954
St Helen's
Swansea
6
16
Barbarians
Statistics
4 Games Played
2 Wins
1 Losses
1 Draws

James Patrick Quinn

James Patrick Quinn was born in Widnes on 19 February 1930 and educated at Wade Deacon School and Carnegie College Leeds where he qualified as a teacher. He later worked as a journalist. He played at centre for New Brighton and Harrogate and in 1954 played in five internationals for England. In the same season he played for North-Western Counties against New Zealand. On the 1955 tour of South Africa he played in 12 matches for the British Isles. The following year he transferred to Leeds Rugby League club where he won a Challenge Cup winners' medal and captained the club in 1959. Pat Quinn died on 18 January 1986, aged 55, as the result of a motor accident.

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