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Ernest "Ernie" Edward George (1871 - 28 November 1952) was a Welsh
international rugby union forward who played club rugby for a
variety of teams, but is most associated with Pontypridd and
Cardiff. George was capped three times for Wales between 1895 and
1896. George, a masonry worker by trade, began his rugby career
playing for local club Llantwit Major, but switched to Pontypridd.
It was while representing Pontypridd that he was first selected for
the Wales national team; being brought into the pack for the match
against Scotland as part of the 1895 Home Nations Championship.
George was one of two debut forwards in the Welsh team, with Tom
Pook from Newport.
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