Frank Whitmore Mellish (6 Caps, 1920-1921 - Flanker) Born in Rondebosch, Cape Town, South Africa, on the 26 April 1897,Mellish at Wynberg Boy’s High School and Rondebosch Boy’s High School in Cape Town. He served with the South African forces in German South West Africa (now Namibia) , and in France, being awarded the Military Cross (MC) in 1916. His test debut for England came on the 17 January 1920,against Wales, playing in the position of Flanker. He represented England on five more occasions, against France, Ireland and Scotland (all in 1920), and Wales and Ireland (in 1921). Mellish later returned to South Africa and represented the Springboks in 6 tests, against New Zealand and the British Lions (1921 and 1924 respectively), and also represented South Africa on the board of the Rugby Football Union from 1945-1946.