Alfred Fell

Alfred Fell
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Nom complet Alfred Nolan Fell
Naissance 17 janvier 1878
à Nelson (Nouvelle-Zélande)
Décès 20 avril 1953
Position ailier
Carrière en senior
Période Équipe M (Pts)*
Carrière en équipe nationale
Période Équipe M (Pts)**
1901-1903 Drapeau : Écosse Écosse 7 (6)

* Matchs joués et points marqués dans chaque équipe comptant
pour les compétitions nationales et continentales officielles.
** Matchs joués et points marqués pour l'équipe
nationale en match officiel.

Alfred Nolan Fell, né le 17 janvier 1878 à Nelson en Nouvelle-Zélande et décédé le 20 avril 1953 à Colchester dans l'Essex, est un ancien joueur de rugby écossais, évoluant au poste d'ailier pour l'Écosse.


Alfred Fell a disputé son premier test match le 9 février 1901 contre l'équipe du pays de Galles.

Il a disputé son dernier test match le 21 mars 1903 contre l'équipe d'Angleterre.

Il joue 7 matchs et inscrit 2 essais.


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