Arthur Coates Douglas

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Arthur Coates Douglas (1902-1937) was a sportsrnaster and a rugby and cricket international. He was capped for Ireland five times and won five Ulster Senior Cup medals. He scored two international tries, one on his debut against France. He played cricket for Ireland in thirteen internationals between 1925 and 1933



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