Alfred Brice

Alfred Brice

Position: Prop

Born 23/09/1871
Died 28/05/1938
Place Of Birth Weare

Alfred "Bobby" Brice [born in Weare Somerset] played club rugby for Aberavon and Cardiff.
Brice was known for his tough and aggressive tacking play and began his international career at Aberavon, a club he would captain from 1901-1903. He later

joined Cardiff and played 36 matches over five seasons for the club.

Brice was capped 18 times for Wales and made his debut against England at St Helens in 1899. He was suspended from the game for eight months after he

was reported for calling the referee a "thundering Idiot" in a match against Ireland. He never played for Wales again. He was a three times triple crown winner.

Brice was a Policeman with South Glamorgan Police, stationed at Port Talbot. He died in Port Talbot on May 28th 1938 aged 66.

Playing Summary
  Season P W D L Try Con Pen DG PTS  
  Total 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0  

Click on a season for a match by match breakdown.

  Team P W D L Try Con Pen DG PTS  
  Wales 18 12 1 5 2 1 0 0 8  
Clubs: - Aberavon - Cardiff - Ogmore Vale -
Region: - Somerset -
Honours: - Wales -
Services: - Glamorgan Police -

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