Ian Kirkpatrick

Rugby Player, Deceased Person

1930 – 2012

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Who was Ian Kirkpatrick?

Alexander Ian Kirkpatrick was a South African rugby union player, who played international rugby for his country on 13 occasions from 1953-1961. In his home country he is best known as a coach, where he led Griqualand West to victory in the Currie Cup in 1970, and in 1978 took on the role as the director of coaching for the South African Rugby Board.

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Born
Jul 25, 1930
Bloemfontein
Also known as
  • Alexander Ian Kirkpatrick
Nationality
  • South Africa
Profession
Education
  • Kimberley Boys' High School
Lived in
  • Bloemfontein
Died
Nov 18, 2012
Somerset West

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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