James (Jim) William Telfer , born the March 17th 1940 in Pathhead, Midlothian (Scotland) is a player of Rugby to XV Scottish which played with the team of Scotland, evolving/moving at the station of third line centers.
Career of playerHe had his first international cape the January 4th 1964 against the team of France, and disputed his last test match the February 28th 1970 against the team of Ireland.
Career of trainerHe was trainer of the team of Scotland of 1980 with 1984. Under its direction, Scotland gained the Grand Slam in 1984.
Telfer returned as trainer assisting at the time of the Grand Slam in 1990 and for the World cup of Rugby 1991. He was also trainer of the Lions in 1997 at the time of their victorious round against the Springboks.
He involved also the club of Melrose which gained four championships of Scotland.
Jim Telfer was then Directeur in Scottish Rugby Union during ten years, until the World cup of Rugby 2003.
Prize list of player
- 25 selections (+ 2 nonofficial) with the team of Scotland
- Selections per years: 5 in 1964, 3 in 1965, 4 in 1966, 3 in 1967, 2 in 1968, 5 in 1969, 3 in 1970
- Five Nations tournaments disputed: 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970 Victorious
- of the tournament in 1964 (shared victory)
- Statistical by scrum.com
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