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 Lloyd, Richard Averil played for Ireland Internationals: 19 : 1910 E= S- ; 1911 E+ S+ (1c) W- F+ (3c 1d) ; 1912 F+ (1t) E- S+ (1d 1p) W+ (1c 1d) SA- ; 1913 E- (1d) S- (2c 1d) W- (2c 1p) F+ (3c) ; 1914 F+ (1c) E- (1c 1d) ; 1920 E- (1t 1c 1p) F- (1d) Richard Lloyd was born on 4 August 1891, in Tamnamore, Dungannon. Played as a Fly half for: Armagh Royal School, Trinity College Dublin, Liverpool. Profession: The Army War service: Lieutenant, 1/10th (Liverpool Scottish) Battalion, The King’s (Liverpool) Regiment; he was wounded in 1918. He was demobilised as a Captain in January 1919 after a brief period as a company commander at the Royal Military College. Remarks: Most conversions (7) by an Irish player in a Championship season, 1913. Photographed with Irish team v Wales 1914, but did not play after injury during warm-up – place taken by Harry Jack. Refereed E v S, S v W 1922. Cricket for Ireland. He died on 23 December 1950, in Belfast.