Bruce HAY

Bruce Hay - Scotland - International Rugby Union Caps.

Photo/Foto: George Herringshaw

Date: 21 February 1981

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    • POSITION
      Right Winger
    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Tuesday, 23 May 1950
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Edinburgh, Scotland. Died 1st. October 2007. Aged 57.
  • INTERNATIONAL
  • Scotland
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Bruce HAY - Scotland - International Rugby Union Caps.

Bruce Hay playing for Scotland against England at Twickenham in

a 17-23 defeat in their Five Nations Rugby International for the Calcutta Cup.

 

Career Record: Played 23, Won 4, Drew 2, Lost 17.



Test Points: 12. Tries: 3

 


After retiring as a player, he served as coach and later director of rugby at Boroughmuir,

the club for which he turned out during most of his playing days.

He also served as coach for several representative sides, and was manager of the

Scotland under-19 squad. Bruce Hay was diagnosed with a brain tumour in 2005 and died

on 1st. October 2007, aged 57.


 

1975 v New Zealand (Auckland) L 24-0

1975 v Australia (Murrayfield) W 10-3

 

1976 v France (Murrayfield) L 13-6 (FN)

 

1978 v Ireland (Dublin) L 12-9 (FN)
1978 v France (Murrayfield) L 19-16 (FN)
1978 v Wales (Cardiff) L 22-14 (FN)
1978 v England (Murrayfield) L 15-0 (FN)

1978 v New Zealand (Murrayfield) L 18-9

 

1979 v Wales (Murrayfield) L 19-13 (FN)
1979 v England (Twickenham) D 7-7 (FN)
1979 v Ireland (Murrayfield) D 11-11 (FN)
1979 v France (Paris) L 21-17 (FN)

1979 v New Zealand (Murrayfield) L 20-6

 

1980 v Ireland (Dublin) L 22-15 (FN)
1980 v France (Murrayfield) W 22-14 (FN)
1980 v Wales (Cardiff) L 17-6 (FN)
1980 v England (Murrayfield) L 30-18 (FN)

1981 v France (Paris) L 16-9 (FN)

1981 v Wales (Murrayfield) W 15-6 (FN)

1981 v England (Twickenham) L 23-17 (FN)
1981 v Ireland (Murrayfield) W 10-9 (FN)
1981 v New Zealand (Dunedin) L 11-4
1981 v New Zealand (Auckland) L 40-15

Bruce broke his arm on his debut on 14/6/75
against New Zealand. He won 3 British Lions Caps
in 1980 v South Africa and scored the only Lions try
of the 3rd Test in Port Elizabeth (which was lost
12-10). Bruce was Lions captain v. Country
Districts and Eastern Transvaal during the tour.=