Bruno Brown
Birth nameLeonard Graham Brown
Date of birth6 September 1888
Place of birthBrisbane, Australia
Date of death23 May 1950(1950-05-23) (aged 61)
Place of deathCharing Cross
Rugby union career
Position(s) Prop
National team(s)
Years Team Apps (Points)
1911-1922 England 18 (Pts:12;
Tries:4;
Conv:0;
Pens:0;
Drop:0)

Dr. Leonard Graham Brown MC (1888–1950) was an ear, nose and throat Surgeon, politician and rugby union international who represented England from 1911 to 1922.[1] He also captained his country.[1]

Early life

Bruno Brown was born on 6 September 1888 in Brisbane.[1]

Rugby union career

Brown made his international debut on 21 January 1911 at St Helen's, Swansea in the Wales vs England match.[1] Of the 18 matches he played for his national side he was on the winning side on 14 occasions.[1] He played his final match for England on 21 January 1922 at Cardiff Arms Park in the Wales vs England match.[1]

World War I

He became a lieutenant-colonel in the Royal Army Medical Corps in World War I and was awarded a MC in 1917.

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