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Choose from 130 pictures in our Rugby collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.

Eric Liddell Featured Rugby Print

Eric Liddell

Eric Liddell (1902 - 1945), Scottish athlete, rugby union international and missionary, Olympic gold medal winner in the 400m at the 1924 Paris Olympic Games and subject of the Oscar-winning 1981 film, Chariots of Fire. Pictured during a visit back to England being greeted at an Albert Hall Congregational Meeting - he served as a missionary in China from 1928 to 1945. Date: 1931

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Wedding of Mr I. M. B. Stuart and Mis Barbara Millar Featured Rugby Print

Wedding of Mr I. M. B. Stuart and Mis Barbara Millar

The wedding of Irish rugby international Mr I. M. B. Stuart (also a master at Harrow School) and Miss Barbara Ethel Millar, a first-class golfer, at St. John's Church in St. John's Wood in April 1931. They are attended by a bulldog who wears a ribbon around his neck. Date: 1931

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

1930s, 1931, 30, Barbara, Bulldog, Dog, Dogs, Dress, Golfer, Gown, International, Marriage, Marriages, Millar, Mr, Player, Ribbon, Rugby, Sept2015, Sporting, Sportsman, Sportswoman, Stuart, Thirties, Wedding, Weddings

Edgar Mobbs, rugby international Featured Rugby Print

Edgar Mobbs, rugby international

Lieutenant Colonel Edgar R. Mobbs, D.S.O. Edgar Roberts Mobbs DSO (1882 - 1917) was an English rugby union footballer who played for and captained Northampton R.F.C. and England. He played as a three quarter. After initially being turned down as too old to join the army in World War 1, Edgar raised his own "sportsmans" battalion of 250 sportsmen (also known as Mobbs Own) for the Northamptonshire regiment. He rose to command his battalion with rank of Lt. Col. Edgar was killed in battle, in July 1917, at Zillebeke during the Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele), whilst attacking a machine gun post. His body has never been found, so his name is on the Menin Gate memorial. In 1921 the first Mobb's Memorial Match was held between the East Midlands and the Barbarians at Franklin's Gardens and has continued ever since Date: 1914

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans