Geoff Evans (rugby union born 1942)
Thomas Geoffrey "Geoff" Evans, (born 1 May 1942 in Llanelli) is a former Wales international rugby union player. In 1971 he toured New Zealand with the British and Irish Lions as a replacement. He won seven Wales caps as a lock forward at the start of the 1970s and also played club rugby for London Welsh RFC.
Evans became manager of the Wales RFU team in 1995, following the resignation of the previous management after Wales lost all four matches in the Five Nations championship. He was appointed a Welsh selector in 1993.
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- Statistical biography of Geoff Evans scrum.com
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