John Henry Dods

12 mars 2018

John Henry "Harry" Dods (30 September 1875 – 30 December 1915) was a Scottish rugby union player. He was capped eight times for Scotland between 1895–1897. He also played for Edinburgh Academicals. He was the brother of Francis Dods who was also capped for Scotland.

Dods was killed along with his wife and three children, whilst on board HMS Natal, which suffered a series of explosions, killing hundreds of people.
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Rugby career : Following the trials match on 28 December 1894, Dods was again selected for Scotland, to play against Wales on 25 January 1895.

Dods is burried to Dean Village cemetery to Edinburgh, perhaps an explanation of the difference of the number of international Scottish 30 or 31 referenced, because his name does not appear in the monument to the dead man of Murayfield.