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Jack Miles (rugby union)

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Jack Miles
Birth name John Henry Miles
Date of birth 14 February 1880
Place of birth Grimsby, England
Date of death 23 January 1953
Place of death Sheffield, England
Rugby union career
Position(s) Wing
Senior career
Years Team Apps (Points)
1899–1904 Leicester Tigers 93 (223)
National team(s)
Years Team Apps (Points)
1903 England 1 ()

John Henry Miles known as Jack Miles (born 14 February 1880, died 23 February 1953) was a rugby union wing who played 93 times for Leicester Tigers between 1899 and 1904 scoring 75 tries for 223 points. Miles made his Leicester debut against Handsworthy on 9 September 1899 scoring a hat trick. However that was not enough to keep his place in the team and he did not play again until 25 October 1899 against Bedford School where he scored 2 tries. He did not become a regular in the first team until the 1901/02 season where he scored 20 tries in 26 appearances; continuing that form he scored 14 tries in 17 games the next season to earn his England cap.

Miles made his international debut for England on 10 January 1903 against Wales at St Helens in Swansea.[1] This made him the first home produced international for Leicester Tigers, having gone to Medway Street School and played for Stoneygate before joining Tigers.[2]

Miles also played for Northampton Saints.

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Sources

Farmer,Stuart & Hands, David Tigers-Official History of Leicester Football Club (The Rugby DevelopmentFoundation ISBN 978-0-9930213-0-5)

References

  1. ^ "Jack Miles". ESPNScrum. Retrieved 29 October 2016.
  2. ^ Farmer, Stuart; Hands, David. Tigers - Official history of Leicester Football Club. The Rugby DevelopmentFoundation. p. 448. ISBN 978-0-9930213-0-5.
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