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Stewart Wilson

For others named Stewart Wilson, see Stuart Wilson.

Stewart Wilson (born 22 October 1942)[1] is a former Scotland international rugby union player.

He was capped twenty-two times for Scotland as a fullback between 1964 and 1968, and captained his country in four international matches.[2] He scored 68 points in internationals for Scotland.

He was selected for the 1966 British Lions tour to Australia and New Zealand, and played in the second international against Australia and all four tests against the All Blacks, scoring 30 points which was a Lions career record for test match points at the time.

He represented Oxford in the Varsity Match in 1963 and 1964 and played club rugby for London Scottish.


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