This is one of a series of posts to mark the international Rugby players who served in, and survived, The Great War. If anyone has further information on the men concerned, I’d be most grateful if it could be added to the thread. Gareth Conway, Geoffrey Seymour MC TD played for England Internationals: 18 : 1920 F+ I+ S+ ; 1921 F+ ; 1922 W- I+ F= S+ (1c) ; 1923 W+ I+ (2c) S+ F+ (1t) ; 1924 W+ (1c) I+ (1c) F+ (2c) S+ (3c) ; 1925 NZ- (1c) ; 1927 W+ Geoffrey Conway was born on 15 November 1887 Played as a No 8/lock for: Fettes College, Cambridge University (Blue 1919-1921), Rugby, Harlequins, Hartlepool Rovers, Manchester, Blackheath, Barbarians, Lancashire, Durham Profession: Schoolmaster/schools inspector War service: Second Lieutenant, Acting Lieutenant, Royal Garrison Artillery, MC Gazetted 18 February 1918 Remarks: Conway was called the ‘Prince of Dribblers’ using the now-extinct technique of shin-dribbling. He kicked the most conversions for England in an international championship season (7 in 1924). Played for Barbarians: v Penarth (8-6) v Leicester (3-3) in 1922. Taught at Rugby School. He served again during the 1939-1945 War, and was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel. He was an archaeologist in Greece from 1961 to 1969, before he retired to live in France. He died on ?