|Full name||Ausonio Alacevich|
13 February 1910 |
|≤1947–≥47||R.S. Ginnastica Torino|
Ausonio Alacevich (born Zadar, Austria-Hungary) is a rugby union footballer of the 1930s and '40s playing at representative level for Italy, and at club level for R.S. Ginnastica Torino, as a Prop, i.e. number 1 or 3.13 February 1910 in
Ausonio Alacevich was a member of the R.S. Ginnastica Torino team that won the 1947 Campionati italiani. In honour of this, Alacevich's name appears alongside his teammates on a plaque affixed to Motovelodromo Fausto Coppi in Turin, the squad was; Ausonio Alacevich, Guido Aleati, Sergio Aleati, Roberto Antonioli, Angelo Arrigoni, Vincenzo Bertolotto, Bianco, Giovanni Bonino, Campi, Gabriele Casalegno, Chiosso, Chiosso, Guido Cornarino, Mario Dotti IV, Aldo Guglielminotti, Pescarmona, Piovano, Rocca, Felice Rama, Siliquini, Giovanni Tamagno, and Sandro Vigliano.
- "Statistics at espnscrum.com". espnscrum.com. 31 December 2012. Retrieved 1 January 2013.
- Benedetto Pasqua; Mirio Da Roit, Cent'anni di rugby a Torino (One Hundred Years of Rugby in Turin), Torino, Ananke 
- Francesco Volpe; Paolo Pacetti, Rugby 2012, Roma, Zesi 
- Gianluca Barca; Gian Franco Bellè, La Sesta Nazione (The Sixth Nation), Parma, Grafiche Step