|Full name||Charles Trevor Mold|
|Rugby union career|
Charles Trevor Mold was born on 20 July 1885 in Argentina. His father, Charles Mold, was a broker who had emigrated to Argentina from England with his wife Elizabeth. Charles had a younger sister, Alice. He attended Dulwich College in England and there excelled at sport playing in the school cricket (1901–1902) and rugby sides.
Rugby union career
Mold played his club rugby for Buenos Aires Cricket & Rugby Club and was selected to play the touring Combined British in their 1910 tour of Argentina. This was Argentina's first recognised test and although they lost to the tourists it was a great boon to rugby in the country.
As a cricketer he played for his school side, which in itself was a distinction given Dulwich College's reputation for cricket at the turn of the twentieth century. He played a number of matches for the South of Argentina vs the North of Argentina, from 21 February 1909 to 2 March 1924 and after the First World War also played in international matches for Argentina against both Chile and Brazil, opening the batting on more than one occasion.
- Carlos Mold Profile on scrum.com
- Charles Mold at cricketarchive.com
- War Office: Soldiers’ Documents, First World War ‘Burnt Documents’ (Microfilm Copies); (The National Archives Microfilm Publication WO363); Records created or inherited by the War Office, Armed Forces, Judge Advocate General, and related bodies; The National Archives of the UK (TNA), Kew, Surrey, England.
- match list at cricketarchive.com Archived June 4, 2011, on Wayback Machine.