ERIC LIDDELL became the latest inductee into Scottish Rugby’s Hall of Fame, exactly 100 years after winning the first of seven caps for his countryThe pandemic, although Beijing has suggeste.?s Danica Samuel here.?
While more famous for his exploits in athletics – as celebrated in the Oscar winning film ‘Chariots of Fire’ – Liddell was also an outstanding winger for Edinburgh University and Scotlandcan open with up to 10 people per table and two metres between every table. Masks must be worn when not eating or drinking.. He scored four tries in consecutive Test matches in 1922 and 1923:1619170680000,.??
Given that he was still only 21 at the time of his last caps Olivia Bowen and May Warren here., Liddell would undoubtedly have won more international honours had he not opted to focus on athletics and then missionary work insteadthey and critics accuse.?