Ian Stephens (rugby player)


Ian Stephens (rugby player)

Ian Stephens (born May 22, 1953) is a former Nrut|Wales international rugby union player. A prop, he toured twice with the British and Irish Lions, to South Africa in 1980 and New Zealand in 1983 and at the time played club rugby for Bridgend RFC.


Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Noel Murphy (rugby player born 1937) — Noel Murphy Full name Noel Arthur Augustine Murphy Date of birth 22 February 1937 Place of birth County Cork Ireland Notable relative(s) Noel Murphy Sr (father) Kenny Murphy (son) …   Wikipedia

  • Connacht Rugby — Founded 1885 Location Galway, Ireland Ground(s) Galway Sportsgrounds (Capacity: 7,000) …   Wikipedia

  • Chris Anderson (rugby league) — Chris Anderson Personal information Full name Christopher Anderson Born 2 May 1952 (1952 05 02) (age 59) Playing information Position …   Wikipedia

  • Équipe du pays de Galles de rugby à XV — Pays de Galles …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Don White (rugby union) — Don White Full name Donald Frederick White Date of birth 16 January 1926 (1926 01 16) (age 85) Place of birth Earls Barton, England Date of death 2007 04 21 …   Wikipedia

  • Bridgend Ravens — Rugby team teamname = Bridgend Ravens nickname = Ravens shortname = location = Bridgend, Wales country founded = 1878 [ Fields of Praise, The Official History of the Welsh Rugby Union 1881 1981 , pp11 David Smith, Gareth Williams (1980) ISBN 978… …   Wikipedia

  • March 4 — << March 2011 >> Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa 1 2 3 …   Wikipedia

  • Chester — For the larger local government district, see Cheshire West and Chester. For other uses, see Chester (disambiguation). Coordinates: 53°11′33″N 2°53′30″W / 53.192 …   Wikipedia

  • Deaths in October 2010 — Contents 1 October 2010 1.1 31 1.2 30 1.3 29 …   Wikipedia

  • 1982 — This article is about the year 1982. For the song by Miss Kittin The Hacker, see 1982 (Miss Kittin The Hacker song). For the album by Status Quo, see 1+9+8+2. Millennium: 2nd millennium Centuries: 19th century – 20th century –… …   Wikipedia


Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”

We are using cookies for the best presentation of our site. Continuing to use this site, you agree with this.