Legendary Welsh fly half and broadcaster Cliff Morgan dies
Former Wales fly-half and broadcaster Cliff Morgan has died, following a long illness.
Morgan was a talented fly half, before forging a name for himself as a broadcaster, who played for Cardiff RFC and earned 29 caps for Wales between 1951 and 1958.
He also captained the British Lions on their tour to South Africa in 1955, which was drawn 2 - 2 .
A natural communicator, he went on to become a respected broadcaster, commentator and writer, and was head of BBC outside broadcasts.
He is forever assocated with his commentary on the Barbarians v All Blacks match in 1973, which produced one of the best known tries ever witnessed in rugby:
"Brilliant by Quinnell. This is Gareth Edwards; a dramatic start. What a score!
"Oh that fellow Edwards!".
Morgan was 83.