Special - Rugby - Scotland V. Wales 1955

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    Murrayfield, Scotland.

    Beginning of rugby match between Scotland and Wales. SV. Scottish team making the field. LV. Crowd. GV. Scotland in the darker jerseys. Kick off. SV. Ball being forced into touch. SV. Line-out, Welsh break away adverted by a Scot whose cross kick is stopped from going into touch. Referee blows up for infringement. SV. Crowd. SV. Break out from a scrum. SV. Both teams chasing the ball. Trevor Brewer picks up and hurls himself forward to touch down. Pan with Brewer as he runs back. SV. Try not converted, score Wales 3-0. LV. Crowd. Half-time. LV. Elgie running with ball, he is collared by Cliff Morgan, they struggle and Morgan lifts Elgie onto his shoulder and dumps him on the ground. Ball loose, thrown out to A. R. Smith who evades tackles and runs towards the Welsh line. SV. Crowd. SV. Smith dribbling ball picks up, dashes through touch down. LV. Crowd dancing and waving. Score - Scotland 3 Wales 3. SV. Scrum, ball out to Jimmy Docherty who drops for goal, pan with ball over post. LV. Crowd cheering. Scotland 6-3. LV. Elgie kicking penalty goal, pan to dancing crowd. LV. Good Welsh passing movement. Brewer receives, forward to touch down. LV. Rees Stevens converting CU. Scoreboard, Scotland 9-8. SV. Ken Jones receives, dashes towards the Scottish line and just as he appears to be through, Ian Swan brings him down just a yard short of the line. SV. Crowd. LV. Scotland attacking. Play near the Welsh line. SV. Crowd. cheering. SV. Morgan drops a pass and allows Nichol to touch down. LV. Elgie converting, ball between posts. LV. Crowd cheering and dancing. Final score Scotland 14, Wales 8.

    (Lav.) (Orig "G")

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    Cataloguer:
    Sanja
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    30448
    Sort Number:
    55/012 Special
    Time in/Out:
    01:46:42:00 / 01:49:04:00
    Canister:
    55/12 Special
    Film ID:
    503.27
    Issue Date:
    10/02/1955
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