Peter Brown
Full name Peter Currie Brown
Born December 16, 1941, Troon
Current age 78 years 69 days
Major teams Scotland
Position No. 8

Test career
Span Mat Start Sub Pts Tries Conv Pens Drop GfM Won Lost Draw %
All Tests 1964-1973 27 27 0 67 3 6 15 0 0 13 12 2 51.85
Five/Six Nations 1964-1973 21 21 0 61 2 6 14 0 0 9 11 1 45.23

Career statistics
Test debut Scotland v France at Murrayfield, Jan 4, 1964 match details
Last Test Scotland v Presidents XV at Murrayfield, Mar 31, 1973 match details
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Scotland back-row Peter Brown made his international debut against France in January 1964 and went on to amass 27 caps for his country, 10 as captain. Unusually for a forward Brown was a proficient goal-kicker, landing six conversions and 15 penalties during his international career.

The older brother of late Scotland and British and Irish Lions lock Gordon, Brown was dubbed "the man on the coathanger" due to his unusual gait. At club level he was a servant of Galashiels and West of Scotland.

Following his retirement from playing he has worked with the Scottish Building Scociety as chairman and as senior partner in accountancy firm Hogg Thorburn. He also serves as a citing commissioner for the Six Nations and European Cup.

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