Crichton-Miller Donald

by Peter Hall and Geoff Pillinger and Mike Curling
Player Donald Crichton-Miller

Donald Crichton-Miller

Position: Back Row






Honours: Cambridge Blue in 1928, Scotland in 1931 (3 caps)

Debut game: 3rd January 1931 v Moseley

Final game: 18th November 1933 v Gloucester

Number of Appearances: 25

Career details: Donald was a schoolmaster who taught at Monmouth and Bryanston later becoming  Headmaster at three public schools namely Taunton, Fettes and Stowe.

The address given in Chapel at Commemorative Service in 1997, by Lord MacLean (R.N.M. CW52)

“Donald Crichton-Miller was one of the most memorable men I have ever known. That view, I am sure, will be shared by all those who encountered him. He was also one of the most remarkable and outstanding men I have ever met; and a man for whom, to the end, I retained great affection.

Donald also played for Gloucester and Hampshire County XV.

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