A.K.C. Review Of The Year 1952

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  • My father played in the rugby cup final for the welsh guards, he's the 2nd from the right kneeling down & his name is Nye Williams. Shame I didn't see more of it would have been nice to see him play. I'm told he was a very good player. He very frail & in his 80's now but this will give him a real lift seeing this, he's going to a reunion dinner in November but I don't think there are many of that team still here. Ian Williams 20th Aug 2013

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