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Six Nations Signed Rugby Rugby Shirt

Signed Rugby Shirt- A six nations polo shirt signed by England Legends Kyran Bracken and Martin Bayfield and a unidentified French player.
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Signed Rugby Shirt- A six nations polo shirt signed by England Legends Kyran Bracken and Martin Bayfield.

This is a signed six nations polo shirt which has been signed by England legends Kyran Bracken and Martin Bayfield along with a french player who isn't identified. It was signed at a charity dinner.
It is a medium size and is unframed but can be framed to the purchasers specification at additional cost.

Kyran Bracken Bibliography;

Kyran Bracken MBE was born 22 November 1974 in Dublin, Ireland is a former English rugby union footballer who played at scrum-half for Saracens, Bristol and Waterloo R.F.C.
He won a total of 51 England caps and captained the team on three occasions, retiring from international rugby in 2004.
He originally lived in Skerries in north County Dublin but moved to England when he was four.He was brought up in Liverpool and was educated by the Irish Christian Brothers at St. Edward's College, and later by the Jesuits at Stonyhurst College in Lancashire, where he was coached by former England Rugby Union Head Coach, Brian Ashton. He attended a trial for Liverpool F.C. and scored three goals. He also flirted with the idea of playing rugby league for St Helens RLFC.He read Law at the University of Bristol whom he represented at rugby union and later qualified as a solicitor. He was turned down by Ireland as 'not good enough' but signed up by Bristol.
hE made his England debut in November 1993 against the All Blacks. However, a stamp from Jamie Joseph seriously injured his ankle, putting him out of action for 3 months and leaving him with a permanent weakness. He started the 1994 Five Nations, but was dropped half-way through in favour of Dewi Morris. He missed the summer tour to South Africa, studying for law exams, but played in the 1995 Five Nations.Due to injury he did not make selection for the 1995 World Cup.
He joined Saracens in 1996 and was part of the team that won the Tetley's Bitter Cup against Wasps in 1998.
He missed out on selection for the 1997 British and Irish Lions tour to South Africa in favour of Matt Dawson and Austin Healey, but was called up as injury replacement for Rob Howley but did not play in the tests.
He then became an irregular scrum half for England, but was kept out from regular selection by Dawson, but was picked when Dawson was injured.He himself had a serious back injury that kept him out for most of the 1999 - 2000 season, including the 1999 World Cup.He also missed out on selection for 2001 British and Irish Lions tour to Australia, instead captaining England on a 3 match development tour of North America. In 2003 he played in the summer tour beating Australia and New Zealand. He appeared 4 times for England during the 2003 World Cup. He won his 50th cap against Wales in the quarter-final, and gained his last cap in the semi-final against France.
He was also the player which drew groans from the cast of Friends after being tackled in the episode "the one with all the Rugby".

Martin Bayfield Bibliography;

Martin Christopher Bayfield was born 21 December 1966 is an English former rugby union footballer who played lock forward for Northampton Saints, Bedford Blues and England, gaining 31 England and 3 Lions caps.He was born in Bedford. He was 6 ft 10in and made his England debut in 1991, and although he was omitted from the 1991 World Cup squad, was a part of the 1992 Five Nations Grand Slam winning side. He went on the 1993 British Lions tour to New Zealand and was part of the 1995 World Cup squad. He would play 18 times partnering Martin Johnson. His final appearance for England came in the 1996 Five Nations match against Wales.
His last professional game was against Gloucester in February 1998, a neck injury sustained in training a few days later forced him to retire.
Since retirement, he has worked as a journalist, an after dinner speaker and has since appeared in the Harry Potter films playing the half-giant Hagrid, normally played by Robbie Coltrane, in longer shots which need to emphasise Hagrid's height.He has also been a stuntman on all the Harry Potter films.In other Tv appearences he has played Rugby Player 2 in an episode of New Tricks on BBC1 (first shown on 1 September 2008). He presents the NFL and World's Strongest Man coverage on UK Channel Five and works as a rugby correspondent on BBC Radio 5 Live. He has also been involved as a presenter in ITV's coverage of the Rugby. He is actively involved with charity, and is an Honorary President of Wooden Spoon - the rugby charity that supports disadvantaged children and young people.

A great and unique piece of Rugby Memorabilia.


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