Jim Davidson (rugby union, born 1931)
|Full name||James Norman Grieve Davidson|
|Date of birth||28 January 1931|
|Place of birth||Hawick|
|School||Hawick High School|
|University||University of Edinburgh
|Rugby union career|
James Norman Grieve Davidson (born 28 January 1931) is a former Scottish sportsman who represented Scotland in both cricket and rugby union. Davidson played first-class cricket for the Scotland national cricket team in 1951, and represented the Scotland national rugby union team from 1952 to 1954.
A right-handed batsman, Davidson made his debut for the Scottish cricket team in May 1951, against Warwickshire (an English county). Later in the year, he also played matches against Northamptonshire, Ireland, and Worcestershire, as well as a two-day game against the touring South Africans. All but the last of those matches held first-class status.
Rugby union career
He was selected for Edinburgh District and played in the Scottish Inter-District Championship. Playing in the inaugural 1953-54 season he was part of the Edinburgh side that won the title in that year.
Davidson made his international debut on 12 January 1952 at Murrayfield in the Scotland vs France match. Of the 7 matches he played for his national side he was never on the winning side. He played his final match for Scotland on 9 January 1954 at Murrayfield in the Scotland vs France match.
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