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Barbarian Men

Mark Gerarde Ring

Centre/Fly-half

8

Matches

53

Points

Country

Wales

Playing Record

Games
17 Nov 1990
National Stadium
Barbarians
34
22
Argentina XV (non-cap)
26 Nov 1988
National Stadium
Barbarians
22
40
Australia XV
11 Mar 1987
Franklin's Gardens
East Midlands
31
42
Barbarians
06 Mar 1991
Franklin's Gardens
East Midlands
34
46
Barbarians
27 Dec 1984
Welford Road
Leicester Tigers
35
11
Barbarians
28 Dec 1987
Welford Road
Leicester Tigers
48
30
Barbarians
04 Oct 1988
Rodney Parade
Newport
18
60
Barbarians
06 Oct 1987
Rodney Parade
Newport
28
44
Barbarians
Statistics
8 Games Played
5 Wins
3 Losses
53 Points

Mark Gerarde Ring

Mark Gerarde Ring was born in Cardiff on 15 October 1962 and educated at Lady Mary High School in the city. A gifted footballer, he played mainly at centre but also at full-back and fly-half for Wales in 32 internationals between 1983 and 1991. Mark Ring scored 94 tries in 262 appearances for Cardiff and also played for Pontypool. He later held a series of coaching appointments with Cardiff, West Hartlepool, Penzance, Caerphilly and Cross Keys. His eight games and 53 points for the Barbarians included the matches against Australia in 1988 and Argentina in 1990 and the captaincy in the Mobbs Memorial Match of 1991.

Player Records, Fixtures & Results

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