Thomas Gibson (rugby union)

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Thomas Alexander Gibson (30 January 1880, Gateshead – April 27, 1937) was a British international rugby player.

He was born in Gateshead, Durham. His brothers were international rugby players Charles and George Ralph Gibson.

He played rugby as a forward for Northern. In 1903 he took part in the British Lions tour of South Africa, playing 3 games. He was then capped twice for England for the 1905 Home Nations Championship.

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