On 20th March 1965, Andrew Hancock (S52-57), playing left-wing for England against Scotland, scored one of the most dramatic tries ever seen at Twickenham to earn England an unlikely 3-3 draw and condemn Scotland to the Wooden Spoon.
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With the last seconds of injury time ticking away and the Scots heading for their first away win over England since 1938, Hancock ran a full 85 yards down the left flank to score in the corner. Click here for audio commentary of the try
Although this was not one of England's better performances in a not very good season, Hancock's try is still listed as one of the top ten moments of the Six Nations' Rugby Union history.
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Click the photo to see Andrew Hancock in the College Cricket 1st XI in 1957 (three people in this photo went on to play sport at national / international level).
|Andrew Hancock in full attack down the wing
||The teams for the match
James Ruddock-Broyd (G46-52)came across the following in a book of unusual occurrences at 151 rugby matches between 1871 and 2000. There still seems to be some dispute over the length of his run for the try!