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Percy Frank Bush (23 June 1879 - 19 May 1955) was a Welsh rugby
union player who played international rugby for Wales on eight
occasions. Playing at fly-half, Bush is regarded as one of the most
talented Welsh players before the first World War.Bush played most
of his career for Cardiff RFC making 171 appearances and scoring 66
tries between 1899 and 1913. He captained the club for three
seasons. He won eight caps for Wales (1905-1910), including for the
famous 1905 victory over New Zealand. He also played in four tests
for the 1904 British Isles on their tour to Australia and New
Zealand. This was before he had been capped by Wales. He was the
undoubted star of the tour, being dubbed 'Will o' the Wisp' by the
Australian press for his devastating play.
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