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Brown Jaynes

Place of birth:
Altadena, California

Position played:
Flyhalf, Center, Wing and Fullback

Summary of rugby career:

First Started Playing Where:
USC (1972)

Clubs represented and Years:
USC (1972-1974)
Santa Monica Rugby Club (1973-1987)

Territorial/National Representative Teams and years:
Souther California Griffins (1984)

No of Caps (if applicable):

No of International Matches (if applicable):

Tours: Where, With Whom and Years:
Scotland and Ireland - Santa Monica Rugby Club (1977)
Australia - Santa Monica Rugby Club (1978)
England, Scotland and Wales - Santa Monica Rugby Club (1987)

Awards and Recognition:
USC Coach (1981-1984)
SCRFU Jr. Griffins - Coach (1981-1984)
Santa Monica Rugby Club - Craig Sweeney Award (1984)
Santa Monica Rugby Club - Most Valuable Back (1984)

Impact rugby had on your life:
Took me around the world playing an international sport against and with some of the best players in the world. Something I could have never done in any other sport.

Most inspirational teammate/coach and why:
Larry Petrill – He introduced me to Santa Monica Rugby Club and was always an inspiration on the field.

Ron Guss – He was by my side the whole way.

What wisdom would you pass on to current players:
You will get back from rugby as much as you put into it, and the world
is the limit.

Marital Status (Spouse/Kids names):
Allison, may partner for 35 years, no kids, 2 horses.

Favorite quote:
“The love you take is equal to the love you make.” Paul McCartney

Horseback riding, skiing and sailing

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