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Ernie Michie Former Scotland international Ernie Michie recalls the 1955 test win

Former scotland international ernie michie recalls the 1955 test win over wales


Ernest "Ernie" James Stewart Michie (born 7 November 1933 in Aberdeen, Scotland) is a former Scotland international rugby union player, who played for Scotland and the Lions. He played at Lock and his nickname was "Fourteen". He weighed 14 stone.

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Amateur career

He also played for Aberdeen GSFP, Langholm RFC, and Aberdeen University. His other clubs were London Scottish and the Army while in the Royal Engineers.

Provincial career

He represented North of Scotland in the first year of the Scottish Inter-District Championship in season 1953-54.

In subsequent seasons this combined North side (which previously contained Midlands District players) became formally known as North and Midlands in the championship. Michie also represented this side.

International career

He was on the 1955 British Lions tour to South Africa.

He was also selected for Barbarians.

References

Ernie Michie Wikipedia


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