Bob Rowell

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Robert Errington "Bob" Rowell (born 29 August 1939) is a former English rugby union player; a lock forward. He was capped twice by England; both times against Wales, the first on 18 January 1964 in the 1964 Five Nations Championship (a 6-6 draw at Twickenham Stadium), and again a year later on 16 January 1965 (a 14-3 loss at the National Stadium, Cardiff Arms Park).[1] He made 355 appearances for the Leicester first XV between 1962 and 1978; only Martin Johnson has played more times for Leicester at lock. He was Leicester captain for the 1976-1977 season.


  1. ^ BOB ROWELL England ESPN. Retrieved 2017-08-21.