James Ryan (rugby union player born 1887)
|Ryan being presented with the King's Cup by King George V|
|Full name||James Ryan|
8 February 1887|
Masterton, New Zealand
|Died||17 July 1957
Feilding, New Zealand
|1919–1919||New Zealand Army|
Ryan James (8 February 1887 – 17 July 1957)1 was a New Zealand rugby union footballer who represented rugby union four times between 1910 and 1914. A soldier in the Otago Infantry Regiment during World War I, he captained the New Zealand Army team in 1919, leading them to success in the King's Cup.
- James Ryan player profile ESPNscrum.com
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