An Irish rugby legend has died

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He was one of the star players of the XV of clover between 1965 and 1975, Ken Kennedy died this Thursday, July 14 at the age of 81. Playing as a hooker, he has long held the record for selections in his position by counting no less than 45 caps. His record includes two six-nation tournaments won (1973 and 1974), as well as two tours with the British and Irish Lions (1966 and 1971).

A recognized orthopedic doctor, he was director at the Royal Star and Garter Hospital in London, before creating a clinic for sports injuries.

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He was one of the star players of the XV of clover between 1965 and 1975, Ken Kennedy died this Thursday, July 14 at the age of 81. To his credit, there are notably two tournaments of the six nations, as well as two tours with the British and Irish Lions.

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