Phil Bennett, who played rugby gallois, has died at the age of 73

A true legend of Wales and the British Lions, Phil Bennett died on Sunday in the wake of a long illness, at the age of 73. La nouvelle at été annoncée par le club des Scarlets, pour 413 disputes into the match and marqué plus 2,500 points.

With Wales, Bennett won the Grand Prix twice at the Five Nations Tournament, in 1976 and 1978. In the second, he had in particular marked two tests against France in Cardiff. The former half -opening also contributed to the success of Llanelli and the Barbarians against the All Blacks, in the early 1970s. Considered one of the best Galician players of all time, he had his entrance into the Temple of the fame of rugby in 2005.


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