Queens Park Rangers - 1969/70
Football - 1969 / 1970 season - Queens Park Rangers photocall at Loftus Road
QPR team group.
Back (left to right): Bob Turpie, Alan Colman, Eddie Lane, Bobby Finch (now Cape Town City), Martin Busby, Ian Evans, Frank Sibley, Alan Wilks, Ian Gillard.
Centre: Joe Nixon, Steve Tom, Tony Hazell, Ron Springett, Mike Kelly, Alan Spratley, Mike Leach, Mike McGovern, Gerry Francis, Clive Clark.
Front: Dave Clement, Barry Bridges, Alan Harris, Ron Hunt, Dave Metchick, Terry Venables, Frank Clark, Rodney Marsh, Ian Watson.
Everton F.C. 1969-70 Full Squad
Football - Everton F.C. 1969 / 1970 - Full Squad Team Group Photocall
Back row (left to right): H.Bennett, Joe Royle, Gordon West, Geoff Barnett, A.Clarke, Andy Rankin, B.Jones, David Johnson, T.Casey (trainer).
Middle row: W.Dixon (trainer), T.Hughes, Mick Lyons, F.Darcy, John Hurst, Brian Labone, Roger Kenyon, Gary Jones, Archie Styles, M.Westburgh, D.Turner, Steve Seargeant, Terry Darracott, A.Proudler (trainer).
Front row: W.Brindle, Gerry Humphreys, Jimmy Husband, Tommy Jackson, Tommy Wright, Alan Ball, Colin Harvey, Harry Catterick (Manager) Sandy Brown, Alan Whittle, Johnny Morrissey, Terry Owen, Howard Kendall, W.Kenny.
Leigh Halfpenny (Wales) holds a daffodil
Rugby Union - 2011 Rugby World Cup - Wales vs. Samoa at Waikato Stadium, Hamilton.
Leigh Halfpenny (Wales) after the match, holds a daffodil.
Stephen Leigh Halfpenny (born 22 December 1988) is a Welsh international rugby union player who plays for the Cardiff Blues in the Pro12. Halfpenny was a key part of the Wales squad for the following two campaigns but he was constantly plagued by injury. Coach Warren Gatland had faith in Halfpenny, and the Blues winger did enough to force his way into the squad for the 2011 World Cup.
During the World Cup, Halfpenny impressed in many positions, particularly at full-back. It was also in this game that Halfpenny became first choice kicker, ahead of fly halves Rhys Priestland and James Hook. In the semi final against France, Halfpenny attempted a 47 yard penalty that would have taken Wales to the final. However, the kick fell inches short.