Rest In Peace Colin Arthur Mapstone

8th October 2020 | Category: General, Latest News

Colin sadly passed away on the 23rd of September. He played for Plymouth Albion from the mid-1950s until the early 1960s. His position was Prop Forward, and he was able to play Loose or Tight Head. He also belongs to a group of players who not only played for Albion but also played against them. This he achieved when he represented Plymouth Combination XV, on Wednesday 30th September 1964. Colin could also be found at the Brickfields supporting today’s Team. We send our love and well wishes to his family.

R.I.P. Colin

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