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How many caps did Gerald Davies win in the centre for Wales?
Dean Scott, Blackpool

THE JUDGE: Gerald Davies, one of the most exciting backs of all time, won 35 caps on the wing for Wales and 11 at centre. He scored a record-equalling 20 tries for Wales and another three for the British Lions.

Which England wing of the 1950s was known as the Old Dancing Master?
Roger Starkey, Southampton

THE JUDGE: Peter Jackson, who used to side-step defences to death. He played for Old Edwardians and then Coventry, and in 20 matches for England scored six tries. He is best remembered for his spectacular last-gasp try that beat Australia at Twickenham in 1958.

Did Andy Irvine play any games on the wing for the British Lions?
John Jones, Carlise

THE JUDGE: Andy Irvine toured three times with the British Lions. He played twice on the wing in South Africa in 1974, and was at full back in four Tests in New Zealand in 1977 and in three matches against South Africa in 1980. He also played four times on the wing in his 51 appearances for Scotland.

Was Colin Meads ever sent off while playing for the All Blacks?
Kevin Perry, Leicester

THE JUDGE: Colin Meads, a magnificent lock forward capped 55 times by New Zealand, was sent off against Scotland at Murrayfield in 1967.

Where were the Underwood brothers, Rory and Tony, born?
Matt McDonald, Bristol

THE JUDGE: Rory was born in Middlesbrough, Yorkshire, on 19 June 1963. Tony was born in lpoh, Malaysia, on 17 February 1969.

How many times was Gareth Edwards capped by Wales?
Rick Hurst, Ironbridge, Salop

THE JUDGE: Edwards made a record 53 consecutive international appearances from winning his first cap for Wales against France in 1967 when he was 19. He bowed out in 1978 after a final match against France with- out having missed a single match over a span of 11 years. At 20 years and seven months he was the youngest ever player to captain Wales.

What is the highest number of points scored by a club side during a
Tim Douglas, Exeter

THE JUDGE: Welsh club Neath scored 345 tries on the way to accumulating 1,917 points in just 47 games in 1988-9 (an average of 40.78 points a match).

Did England fly-half Rob Andrew ever play for an overseas club?
Richard King, Woodford Green

THE JUDGE: Andrew spent part of the 1991-2 season with Toulouse in France. In England, he played for Cambridge University, Nottingham and Wasps before taking goals to Newcastle as director of Rugby.

Who has scored the longest international drop-kick goal on record?
Chris Rowlinson, Newport, Mon.

THE JUDGE: The record was set by South African Gerry Brand against England at Twickenham on 2 January 1932. His successful drop kick from inside his own half was measured at 90 yards (82 metres).