Rugby great Dr Jack Matthews remembered

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The former Wales and Lions rugby international Dr Jack Matthews has died at the age of 92.

The player - who was widely known as Dr Jack - was made an OBE in 2001, played 17 times for Wales and skippered the side against France in Paris in 1951.

He was part of a legendary Welsh midfield partnership alongside Bleddyn Williams.

Rhodri Lewis reports.

Tribute to 'amazing' rugby legend

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