Peter Richards

Peter Richards

Peter Charles Richards (born 10 March 1978 in Portsmouth) is a former English rugby union player. A versatile player, he has played in three positions: scrum half (his preferred role), fly-half and centre. Richards retired in the summer of 2010 because of a back injury.

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Peter Richards - International Career
... Richards has represented England at U19, U21 and A level ... Richards was included in England's 2006 Tour of Australia and won his first Test cap against the Wallabies in a game which Australia beat England 34–3 ... Richards won his second cap in the second game of the tour in which the Wallabies triumphed again in a 43–18 victory ...

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