Final farewell for Welsh rugby legend Cliff Morgan
Legends of the world of rugby have joined family and former broadcasting colleagues for Cliff Morgan's funeral on the Isle of Wight.
The London Welsh choir sang as the coffin, draped in a Welsh flag, was carried into Holy Trinity Church, Bembridge, by family members.
Morgan, who died aged 83, was one of Wales' most talented fly-halves before having a successful BBC career.
Tributes were paid by rugby star Gareth Edwards and entertainer Max Boyce.
Ashleigh Crowter reports.
13 Sep 2013
- From the section Wales