Anthony Henniker-Gotley
Full name Anthony Lefroy Henniker-Gotley
Born March 2, 1887, Tysoe, Warks
Died May 4, 1972, Torbay (aged 85 years 63 days)
Major teams Barbarians, Great Britain XV, England
Position Scrum-half

Test career
Span Mat Start Sub Pts Tries Conv Pens Drop GfM Won Lost Draw %
All Tests 1910-1911 6 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 0 66.66
Five/Six Nations 1910-1911 6 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 0 66.66

Career statistics
Test debut France v England at Parc des Princes, Mar 3, 1910 match details
Last Test England v Scotland at Twickenham, Mar 18, 1911 match details
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Anthony Henniker-Gotley played six matches for England as scrum-half in a little over a year before moving to Rhodesia in 1911. He won a Blue at Oxford in 1909 and played his club rugby for Blackheath as well as representing Surrey, Kent and the Barbarians. His international debut came in 1910 against France in Paris and he remained in the side until the end of the 1910-11 season when he left the country. In 1910 he toured Argentina with an RFU side which played an international against the hosts. He served in World War One in Africa before returning to Ireland in 1926, and also served with the RAF in World War Two.

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Jan 28, 1911
The England side which beat France 37-0
The England side which beat France 37-0
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