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Emmanuel François Iguiniz (9 December 1889 – 20 September 1914) was a rugby union player, who represented France in one match. He was killed in action in the First World War.[1] His only appearance for France was on 13 April 1914 against England at Colombes, Paris, France.[2] The English, led by Ronnie Palmer won the game 13–39, Palmer contributing four tries.[3] It was the last international game of rugby played in Europe before the start of the First World War.[4]

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Bibliography

  • McCrery, Nigel (2014). Into Touch: Rugby Internationals Killed in the Great War. Pen and Sword. ISBN 1473833213. 
  • Sewell, Edward Humphrey Dalrymple (1919). The Rugby Football Internationals Roll of Honour. London, Edinburgh: T. C. & E. C. Jack. 

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