Wales Take Rugby Crown From Ireland 1950

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    Full title reads: "Belfast. Wales Take Rugby Crown From Ireland".

    Raven Hill Ground Belfast, Northern Ireland. Wales beat Ireland in International Rugby match 6-3.

    GV Crowd. SV Irish supporter, waving flag and dancing round field. CU Irish supporters laughing. SV Flag waver in tussle with police. MV Flag waver in tussle with police. They fall to ground. CU Irish supporters laughing. GV Elevated kick off. Irish attack. MV Elevated Irish attack. GV Crowd. GV Line out. Welsh No 5 throw in ball. Loose play. Irish No 9 passes Intercepted by Welsh player. General play. Player kicks ahead. General scramble for ball. Ken Jones secures ball on 2-yard line, runs through to touch down. SV Supporters cheering. MV Elevated general play. Irishman kicks up- field. SV Play. General scrimmage for ball. Irish No 9 chases ball to prevent it going into touch and runs into crowd. GV Crowd waving. LV Elevated general play. Welshman gets possession of ball but is thrown to ground but he manages to pass ball. LV Thomas gets possession of ball, runs through for touch down by corner flag. SV Welsh crowed waving.

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    Cataloguer:
    Mark
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    47556
    Sort Number:
    50/022
    Time in/Out:
    01:05:09:00 / 01:06:29:00
    Canister:
    50/22
    Film ID:
    1458.06
    Issue Date:
    16/03/1950
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