Rugby international and coach;
Born: December 30, 1938; Died: June 28, 2012.
GORDON Macdonald, who has died of bowel cancer aged 73, is believed to have had the shortest international rugby career of any player capped by Scotland.
His brief exposure to the game at its highest level came on February 22, 1969, when he entered the field in the dying moments of a 16-0 Irish win over Scotland at Murrayfield.
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