Adam Kelso Fulton

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Dr Adam Kelso Fulton (10 April 1929 - 27 August 1994) was a former Scottish rugby union internationalist. Positioned as scrum-half,[1] he was capped twice playing both games against France at Murrayfield in 1952[2] and 1954.[1][3][4] His association with the sport started at school, Dollar Academy,[1] where he was also a Scottish Schools' internationalist,[5] and continued with a number of teams including Edinburgh University,[1] Leamington RFC[6] and The Army.[7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Robson, Adam (1996). Edinburgh Borderers Rugby Football Club : seventy-fifth anniversary 1921-1996 : the saga of a club. Edinburgh Borderers Rugby Football Club Committee. p. 237. ISBN 0952917505. 
  2. ^ Thorburn, Sandy (1980). The history of Scottish rugby. London: Johnston & Bacon. p. 217. ISBN 0717942759. 
  3. ^ McLaren, Bill... [et al.], Derek Douglas (editor) (1991). Feet, Scotland, feet! : the book of Scottish rugby. Edinburgh: Mainstream Pub. p. 195. ISBN 1851584250. 
  4. ^ "ESPN Scottish Rugby Players". 
  5. ^ Mair, Norman. "Kelso Fulton: former rugby star". The Scotsman. 
  6. ^ "History of LRFC - 1950 to 1955". 
  7. ^ The Army Medical Services Magazine 8 (3): 70. July 1955.