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Edward Taylor (rugby union)

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Name  Edward Taylor

Edward Graham Taylor (3 July 1907 – 13 September 1959) was a Scottish rugby union player.

He was a wing and played twice for Scotland, against Wales and Australia in 1927.

He also went on the 1927 British Lions tour to Argentina. He played in three out of the four test matches on the tour, including the third test on the 14th August where he scored three tries. He also played four games against other opposition during the tour.

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