Steve Brain

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Steve Brain (born 11 November 1954) is a retired rugby union player who played hooker for Coventry R.F.C. and represented England in over a dozen international matches, including three Five Nations, now the Six Nations Championship, between 1984 and 1986.

International Appearances (England)[edit]

  • 1984 v South Africa (Johannesburg) L 35-9
  • 1984 v Australia (R) (Twickenham) L 19-3
  • 1985 v Romania (Twickenham) W 22-15
  • 1985 v France (Twickenham) D 9-9 (FN)
  • 1985 v Scotland (Twickenham) W 10-7 (FN)
  • 1985 v Ireland (Dublin) L 13-10 (FN)
  • 1985 v Wales (Cardiff) L 24-15 (FN)
  • 1985 v New Zealand (Christchurch) L 18-13
  • 1985 v New Zealand (Wellington) L 42-15
  • 1986 v Wales (Twickenham) W 21-18 (FN)
  • 1986 v Scotland (Murrayfield) L 33-6 (FN)
  • 1986 v Ireland (Twickenham) W 25-20 (FN)
  • 1986 v France (Paris) L 29-10 (FN)

Career Record P13, W4, D1, L8 Test Points: 0

(R) = Replacement

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