Scotland Rugby Shirt 1984 Grand Slam
An Introduction to Scotland Rugby Shirt 1984 Grand Slam
Scotland defeat Wales
The Decider inspired the Scotland Rugby Shirt 1984 Grand Slam
Captain Jim Aitken led out his charges in the famous white jersey to an expectant Murrayfield. But, it was France who led at half-time. Scrum-half Jerome Gallion scored their converted try. This was in response to an early penalty by Scotland’s full-back Peter Dods.
Dods landed a further three penalties in the second half to tie the scores at 12-12. Then French stand-off Jean-Patrick Lescarboura had knocked over a penalty and drop-goal.
Scotland’s forwards then took charge in that second period. With tight-head prop, Iain Milne led the assault. Also, openside David Leslie was in exceptional form.
With seconds to go. Blindside flanker Jim Calder seized on possession at a lineout close to the French line. And scored the decisive try. Peter Dods added both the conversion and a penalty and the celebrations began.
The Scotland Rugby Shirt 1984 Grand Slam. Manufactured from satin touch 100% cotton, the jersey features a detailed embroider Crest. Other features include a herringbone finish on the vents and tape on the neck opening. Also, we offer a Scotland Rugby Shirt 1990 Grand Slam in Navy.
Available in S to 5XL.
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