David Bedell-Sivright

David Bedell-Sivright
1880 - 1915
David Bedell-Sivright  Scottish Rugby Union

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First Name David
Last Name Bedell-Sivright
Age 34 (age at death) years
Birthday 8th December, 1880
Birthplace St. George, Edinburgh, Scotland
Died 5th September, 1915
Place of Death Gallipoli, Ottoman Turkey
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Nationality Scottish
Occupation Text Surgeon
Occupation Rugby Union

David Revell "Darkie" Bedell-Sivright (8 December 1880 – 5 September 1915) was a Scottish international rugby union forward who captained both Scotland and the British Isles. Born in Edinburgh, and educated at Fettes College where he learned to play rugby, he studied at Cambridge University and earned four Blues playing for them in the Varsity Match. He was first selected for Scotland in 1900 in a match against Wales. After playing in all of Scotland's Home Nations Championship matches in 1901, 1902 and 1903, Bedell-Sivright toured with the British Isles – now known as the British and Irish Lions – side that toured South Africa in 1903. After playing the first 12 matches of the tour, he was injured and so did not play in any of the Test matches against South Africa.

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