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Barbarian Men

Nigel Christopher Starmer-Smith

Scrum-half

16

Matches

9

Points

Country

England

Playing Record

Games
09 Apr 1970
Franklin's Gardens
Barbarians
26
22
East Midlands
24 May 1969
Olen Park
Barbarians
32
22
South African Country
26 May 1969
Salisbury
Barbarians
24
21
Zimbabwe
04 Mar 1971
Franklin's Gardens
East Midlands
14
18
Barbarians
07 Mar 1968
Franklin's Gardens
East Midlands
19
6
Barbarians
07 Mar 1979
Franklin's Gardens
East Midlands
11
4
Barbarians
27 Dec 1967
Welford Road
Leicester Tigers
6
15
Barbarians
27 Dec 1969
Welford Road
Leicester Tigers
0
35
Barbarians
14 May 1969
ABSA Stadium
Natal Sharks
16
14
Barbarians
28 Mar 1967
Rodney Parade
Newport
6
15
Barbarians
30 Mar 1970
Rodney Parade
Newport
3
22
Barbarians
16 Apr 1968
Rodney Parade
Newport
26
11
Barbarians
24 Mar 1967
Recreation Ground
Penarth
0
13
Barbarians
27 Mar 1970
Recreation Ground
Penarth
6
42
Barbarians
31 Mar 1972
Recreation Ground
Penarth
17
41
Barbarians
12 Apr 1968
Recreation Ground
Penarth
5
19
Barbarians
Statistics
16 Games Played
10 Wins
6 Losses
9 Points

Nigel Christopher Starmer-Smith

Nigel Christopher Starmer-Smith was born in Cheltenham on 25 December 1944 and educated at Magdalen College School and Oxford University where he gained Blues in 1965 and 1966. He played for the University against Australia in 1966, for the South of England against New Zealand in 1967, and for London Counties against South Africa in 1969 and Fiji in 1970. He played club rugby for Harlequins and at county level for Oxfordshire and Surrey. Between 1969 and 1971 he gained seven caps for England. In 1970 he captained the Barbarians against Penarth. Originally a teacher at Epsom College, he later became a television commentator. In 1977 Nigel Starmer-Smith wrote the third of (to date) four official histories of the club,"The Barbarians".

Player Records, Fixtures & Results

men Senior / 22 Jun 2024
Barbarians
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Fiji