Full name Harold Meadows Locke
Born January 20, 1898, Birkenhead
Died March 23, 1960, Birmingham (aged 62 years 63 days)
Major teams England
|Test debut||Scotland v England at Inverleith, Mar 17, 1923 match details|
|Last Test||Scotland v England at Murrayfield, Mar 19, 1927 match details|
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A strong runner and determined defender, Harold Locke played 12 times for England as a centre between 1923 and 1927. His debut was hardly enthusiastically received, The Times describing him as a "halting compromise" but he retained his place for the Championship-winning victory in Paris and for three of the following season's four Grand Slam-securing games. He lost form and was sidelined throughout 1926 but returned for three matches in 1927, losing his place after an erratic performance in a defeat against Wales.
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