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Derek Quinnell on 'choirmaster' Cliff Morgan

29 August 2013 Last updated at 16:04 BST

Tributes have been pouring in to Wales international and broadcaster Cliff Morgan.

Described as "one of rugby's greats" and "Morgan the magnificent", Morgan has died at the age of 83.

Rhondda-born Morgan became one of the nation's most talented fly-halves before a successful broadcasting career.

He was commentating when Gareth Edwards before he touched down for the 1973 try that is hailed by many as the greatest in rugby history.

Derek Quinnell made the final pass to Edwards in that game that led to the try.

He told Radio Wales' David Cornock that he would remember Morgan as a "choirmaster" when on tour.