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Barbarian Men

Dyson Stayt Wilson

Flanker

5

Matches

0

Point

Country

England

Playing Record

Games
03 Mar 1955
Goldington Road
Barbarians
17
3
East Midlands
17 Apr 1954
National Stadium
Cardiff
16
0
Barbarians
05 Mar 1953
Goldington Road
East Midlands
8
5
Barbarians
26 Dec 1952
Welford Road
Leicester Tigers
9
22
Barbarians
20 Apr 1954
Rodney Parade
Newport
14
3
Barbarians
Statistics
5 Games Played
3 Wins
2 Losses

Dyson Stayt Wilson

Dyson Stayt Wilson, known as Tug, was born in Wilderness, South Africa, on 7 October 1926. He was educated in the United Kingdom, first at Rydal School in north Wales, and then at King Edward VII Grammar School in Stafford. He worked as an officer in the Metropolitan Police for whom he played club rugby; he also played for Harlequins, was captain of the Middlesex county side in 1954/55, and for London Counties against New Zealand in 1953. Between 1953 and 1955 he gained eight caps for England at wing-forward. His five appearances for the Barbarians included the captaincy against East Midlands in 1955. Later that year he toured South Africa with the Britsih Isles, playing in 14 games and scoring three tries. He returned to live in South Africa but finally settled in Cornwall where he died on 20 April 2011, aged 84.

Player Records, Fixtures & Results

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