William Philip ("Phil") Cathcart Davies (born 6 August 1928), played rugby union at centre for Evesham RUFC, Cheltenham RUFC, Cambridge University, Harlequins, England and the British Lions (South Africa 1955). Davies was born at Abberley, Worcestershire. Phil was a member of the Cambridge University RFC tour to Japan in 1953, the first one by Cambridge after the Second World War. It took place after Oxford had toured in the previous year. He was widely considered to be an excellent centre of great physical power, and achieved a measure of celebrity in his time.

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  • William Philip ("Phil") Cathcart Davies (born 6 August 1928), played rugby union at centre for Evesham RUFC, Cheltenham RUFC, Cambridge University, Harlequins, England and the British Lions (South Africa 1955). Davies was born at Abberley, Worcestershire. Phil was a member of the Cambridge University RFC tour to Japan in 1953, the first one by Cambridge after the Second World War. It took place after Oxford had toured in the previous year. He was widely considered to be an excellent centre of great physical power, and achieved a measure of celebrity in his time. He later became a preparatory school headmaster, first at Smallwood Manor, Uttoxeter, Staffordshire, then at Cheltenham College Junior School, Gloucestershire, and served in that post from 1964 to 1986. (en)
  • William Philip Cathcart Davies plus connu sous le nom de Phil Davies, né le 6 août 1928 à Abberley dans le Worcestershire, est un joueur de rugby à XV qui joue avec l'équipe d'Angleterre de 1953 à 1958 et avec le club de Harlequins évoluant au poste de centre. Il est généralement considéré comme un excellent centre avec de gros moyens physiques[réf. nécessaire]. Il participe au Tournoi des cinq nations 1957 qui voit l'Angleterre remporter le grand chelem, son premier depuis les années 1920. (fr)
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  • 1928-8-6
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  • William Philip Cathcart Davies plus connu sous le nom de Phil Davies, né le 6 août 1928 à Abberley dans le Worcestershire, est un joueur de rugby à XV qui joue avec l'équipe d'Angleterre de 1953 à 1958 et avec le club de Harlequins évoluant au poste de centre. Il est généralement considéré comme un excellent centre avec de gros moyens physiques[réf. nécessaire]. Il participe au Tournoi des cinq nations 1957 qui voit l'Angleterre remporter le grand chelem, son premier depuis les années 1920. (fr)
  • William Philip ("Phil") Cathcart Davies (born 6 August 1928), played rugby union at centre for Evesham RUFC, Cheltenham RUFC, Cambridge University, Harlequins, England and the British Lions (South Africa 1955). Davies was born at Abberley, Worcestershire. Phil was a member of the Cambridge University RFC tour to Japan in 1953, the first one by Cambridge after the Second World War. It took place after Oxford had toured in the previous year. He was widely considered to be an excellent centre of great physical power, and achieved a measure of celebrity in his time. (en)
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  • W. P. C. Davies (en)
  • Phil Davies (rugby à XV, 1928) (fr)
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  • W. P. C. Davies (en)
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