Bill BEAUMONT

Bill Beaumont - England - International Rugby Union Caps for England.

Photo/Foto: George Herringshaw

Date: 03 January 1981

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    • POSITION
      Lock
    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Sunday, 09 March 1952
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Preston, England.
  • INTERNATIONAL
  • England
PROSTATE CANCER SPONSORSHIP BLOOD TRANSFUSION SPONSORSHIP. PARKINSON'S

Bill BEAUMONT - England - International Rugby Union Caps for England.

Career Record: Played 34: Won 13, Drew 3, Lost 18 Test Points: 0.

1975 v Ireland (Dublin) L 12-9 (FN)
1975 v Australia (R) (Sydney) L 16-9

1975 v Australia (Brisbane) L 30-21

 

1976 v Australia (Twickenham) W 23-6
1976 v Wales (Twickenham) L 21-9 (FN)
1976 v Scotland (Murrayfield) L 22-12 (FN)
1976 v Ireland (Twickenham) L 13-12 (FN)

1976 v France (Paris) L 30-9 (FN)

 

1977 v Scotland (Twickenham) W 26-6 (FN)
1977 v Ireland (Dublin) W 4-0 (FN)
1977 v France (Twickenham) L 4-3 (FN)

1977 v Wales (Cardiff) L 14-9 (FN)

 

1978 v France (paris) L 15-6 (FN)
1978 v Wales (Twickenham) L 9-6 (FN)
1978 v Scotland (Murrayfield) W 15-0 (FN)
1978 v Ireland (Twickenham) W 15-9 (FN)

1978 v New Zealand (Twickenham) L 16-6

 

1979 v Scotland (Twickenham) D 7-7 (FN)
1979 v Ireland (Dublin) L 12-7 (FN)
1979 v France (Twickenham) W 7-6 (FN)
1979 v Wales (Cardiff) L 27-3 (FN)

1979 v New Zealand (Twickenham) L 10-9

 

1980 v Ireland (Twickenham) W 24-9 (FN)
1980 v France (Paris) W 17-13 (FN)
1980 v Wales (Twickenham) W 9-8 (FN)
1980 v Scotland (Murrayfield) W 30-18 (FN)
1981 v Wales (Cardiff) L 21-19 (FN)
1981 v Scotland (Twickenham) W 23-17 (FN)
1981 v Ireland (Dublin) W 10-6 (FN)
1981 v France (Twickenham) L 16-12 (FN)
1981 v Argentina (Buenos Aries) D 19-19

1981 v Argentina (Buenos Aries) W 12-6

 

1982 v Australia (Twickenham) W 15-11
1982 v Scotland (Murrayfield) D 9-9 (FN)

Bill Beaumont  won 3 British Lions Caps v New Zealand in
1977 and a further 4 v South Africa in 1980.

On 15/3/80 he captained England to the Grand
Slam for the first time in 23 years (30-18
v. Scotland)

From his second cap against Australia (when he
was a replacement) until his final cap versus
Scotland in 1982 Bill did not miss a game. This
was a run of 33 consecutive matches.

He was awarded the OBE in1982.