| A. Penketh|
February 18, 1932
| 1.83 m|
A. P. Penketh Wikipedia
Alfred "Alf" Peter Penketh (1865 - 18 February 1932) was a Manx rugby union player, who took part in the first 1888 British Isles tour to New Zealand and Australia. He played for Douglas Rugby Football Club.
Penketh was born in 1865 to Richard Penketh and his birth was registered on the Isle of Man. He married Frances Laura Jane Holmes on 1 June 1910.
Penketh was a forward, and played in 19 games of the tour, scoring a solitary try, against Canterbury in New Zealand on 9 May 1888.
Other than the British Isles tour, he was not selected for any national side (the Isle of Man itself has never fielded a national team). He was the only Manxman to have been selected for the British Lions.