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John Brown
Date Of Birth18/10/1881
Place Of BirthCardiff
ClubsCardiff, St Peters
RegionsGlamorgan
HonoursWales
John "Jack" Alfred Brown (nicknamed Big John) was a second row who played for Cardiff and Glamorgan (County). He first came to note as a rugby player whilst playing for local side St Peters, where he was vice captain, until he moved to Cardiff in 1901. He was made vice-captain of Cardiff from the 1907 until 1910 when he left the club. Jack played for 10 seasons at the Arms Park and appeared in 221 matches, scoring 12 tries and was capped for Wales 7 times making his debut against England in 1907.
Jack Brown died in Cardiff in 1936 at the age of 55.
SEASON P W D L TRY CON PEN DG PTS
TOTAL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
TEAM P W D L PF PA PTS
Cardiff 14 12 0 2 337 211 55
Carmarthen Quins 13 9 1 3 319 229 45
Aberavon 13 9 0 4 293 223 43
Merthyr 15 8 0 7 316 311 41
Pontypridd 15 8 0 7 328 315 38
RGC 1404 14 7 0 7 352 322 36
Llandovery 12 6 2 4 271 225 35
Swansea 12 5 0 7 189 214 25
Newport 12 4 0 8 240 263 25
Llanelli 13 5 0 8 251 343 23
Ebbw Vale 14 3 1 10 254 308 21
Bridgend Ravens 15 3 0 12 228 414 17