Pierre Cazals, French rugby player, Died at 84

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Pierre Cazals, passed away on October 14, 2015, he was a French rugby player.

Pierre Cazals plays club with the Mons Stadium with whom he played two finals of the Championship of France in 1959 and 1963.

He lost the first against the Racing Club de France on the score of 8 to 3 and won the second 9-6 against the US Dax.

Pierre played his first Test match on July 22, 1961 against a team from New Zealand, and the last against the Romanian team on November 12, 1961.

Apart from land, Pierre works as a forest firefighter.

He won three times the Manoir Challenge Yves with Stade Montois.

Pierre died October 14, 2015, when he was hospitalized for some time to Mont-de-Marsan to treat respiratory problems.

 

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