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Kenneth Berridge Wood

Kenneth Berridge Wood

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Gender male
Birth 1885
Death 1968
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Kenneth Berridge Wood known as Ken Wood was a rugby union centre who played 121 times for Leicester Tigers between 1906 and 1919, scoring 33 tries and 4 drop goals for points total of 115. Wood made his Leicester debut on 13 October 1906 at Welford Road against Bristol. He played in two Midlands Counties Cup-winning sides and in 1908 represented Midlands and East Midlands Counties in their win against Australia.
Wood was also a member of the 1910 British Lions tour to South Africa and played in the first and third test, both were lost.
Wood later emigrated to South Africa where he died in 1968.

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