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Barbarian Men

Roger Michael Young

Scrum-half

9

Matches

0

Point

Country

Ireland

Playing Record

Games
30 Jan 1967
National Stadium
Barbarians
11
17
Australia XV
04 Oct 1965
Lidget Green
Bradford & Bingley
47
3
Barbarians
28 Mar 1970
National Stadium
Cardiff
28
30
Barbarians
27 Mar 1969
Franklin's Gardens
East Midlands
23
3
Barbarians
02 Oct 1965
Friarage
Hartlepool Rovers
8
35
Barbarians
27 Feb 1969
Welford Road
Leicester Tigers
11
19
Barbarians
19 Apr 1967
Sudbury
London Wasps
8
36
Barbarians
29 Mar 1970
St Helen's
Swansea
8
24
Barbarians
07 Apr 1969
St Helen's
Swansea
11
28
Barbarians
Statistics
9 Games Played
3 Wins
6 Losses

Roger Michael Young

Roger Michael Young was born in Belfast on 29 June 1943 and educated at Methodist College and Queen's University before qualifying as a dentist. He played at scrum-half for Collegians and Queen's University in his home city. Between 1965 and 1971 he gained 26 caps for Ireland and was selected for the British Isles' tours to Australasia in 1966, when his 17 appearances included three test matches, and South Africa in 1968 when he played nine matches, including one test. His nine games for the Barbarians included the match against Australia in 1967 and the captaincy against East Midlands in 1969 and against Cardiff and Swansea on the 1970 Easter tour. Roger Young emigrated to South Africa.

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