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ENGLAND 1963 v WALES - PETER JACKSON JERSEY
 

A No 14 England international jersey from the collection of Clive Rowlands, Wales 1963-65. This jersey was worn by the Coventry winger Peter Jackson in Clive's first match for Wales against the old enemy at Cardiff Arms Park. Clive captained the Welsh team, as he did on each of his 14 appearances for Wales. Clive wanted to keep his first Welsh jersey and so that he could have an English one as well, Clive's club mate Dewi Bebb, Jackson's opposite number kindly swapped his jersey and presented it to the first cap man so that he would have a pair of jerseys for his first international. 

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Lillywhites of Picadilly Circus

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Embroidered onto a patch which is stitched to the jersey with white cotton Black cloth stitched to the jersey with black cotton.
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ENGLAND 1967 v CANADA JERSEY - PETER LARTER
   

A No 4 England international jersey from the collection of Bob (Robert) Brewer, Canada 1967. This jersey was worn by Peter Larter in the Canada v England match at the Empire Stadium, Vancouver on 30th September 1967. Although Peter Larter appears as No 5 in the programme Bob is almost 100% sure that that he exchanged jerseys with Peter. The ESPN website confirms this with Larter appearing No 4 on there. Bob pointed me in this direction when I quizzed him about the number difference on the programme, he replied:

" I am puzzled by this as I clearly recollect swapping shirts with Peter immediately after the final whistle (as one did in those days). I have looked at teams which ESPN show on the internet and they show that Larter was wearing number 4, as was I, but as you say, the programme clearly shows Larter as number 5............... 

 

............ As it was nearly 52 years ago now, I would not guarantee my memory, but my inclination is to say that the programme is incorrect. What is not in doubt is that the shirt is from that march in Vancouver in 1967. (Incidentally, I donít know if you have read the Biography of Budge Rogers, who played in that match, but in the book they have a photo of the England touring team with the wrong date Ė 1968!)."

 

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Lillywhites of Picadilly Circus

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Embroidered onto a patch which is stitched to the jersey with white cotton Black cloth stitched to the jersey with black cotton.
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2003 RUGBY WORLD CUP ENGLAND MATCH WORN & SIGNED JERSEY
 

A number 16 England Rugby World Cup 2003 jersey worn in the England v Samoa pool match by Steve Thompson. The jersey by Nike has been signed to the front by 19 England internationals to include:

Steve Thompson, Andy Gomersall, Paul Grayson, Ben Kay, Will Greenwood, Phil Vickery, Ben Cohen, Mike Tindall, Mike Catt, Julian White, Richard Hill, Trevor Woodman, Joe Worsley, Danny Grewcock, Matt Dawson, Lawrence Dallaglio and Jason Robinson.

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In this, the third match of the pool stages, England were finding Samoa a tough nut to crack, falling behind on three occasions to a committed Samoan offensive. The introduction of Steve Thompson in this jersey and others helped England to finally pull away to win the match 35-22. 

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............. as they faced a ferocious Samoan onslaught and then, after Steve Thompson, Phil Vickery and Lewis Moody had come on early in the second half, pulling away to safety in the final few minutes. If ever England had needed the cavalry to come and save the day, this was it." (Team England Rugby "World Cup 2003)" 

 

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Nike - Dri Fit - made in Lithuania The English rose, Rugby World Cup 2003 logo and player information are iron on felt patches. iron on felt

  

Steve Thompson was the first choice hooker for the victorious England 2003 Rugby World Cup campaign, Starting in the first two pool matches against Georgia and South Africa, he came on as a replacement in the Samoan match for his 19th cap and was rested in the 111-13 win over Uruguay. He was in the starting line up for both the quarter final against Wales and the emphatic 24-7 victory in the semis against France. In the final against Australia he played the complete match including extra time. England's greatest moment.

 

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