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