|Birth name||Alexander William Angus|
|Date of birth||11 November 1889|
|Place of birth||Sydney, Australia|
|Date of death||23 March 1947(aged 57)|
|Place of death||Edinburgh, Scotland|
|Rugby union career|
Richard Bath mentions him as one of the three Scottish players "who've gone the longest without (between) scoring a try for Scotland" along with Alan Tait and Gary Armstrong. This is partly because World War I occurred in the middle of his international career, a period in which all international rugby ceased. He was first capped in 1909, scoring two tries in fourteen matches before the Great War. His next four caps came in 1920, and he scored against Ireland on 28 February 1920 – just over nine years since his previous try. Scotland won that match 19–0.
- List of Scottish cricket and rugby union players
- Jock Wemyss and Charlie Usher, other players capped on both sides of the war.
- Bath, Richard (ed.) The Scotland Rugby Miscellany (Vision Sports Publishing Ltd, 2007 ISBN 1-905326-24-6)
- Massie, Allan A Portrait of Scottish Rugby (Polygon, Edinburgh; ISBN 0-904919-84-6)
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