Former Ireland fly-half Ian Burn dies
July 30, 2014
Former Ireland fly-half Ian Burns has died at the age of 58.
Burns, captain and later president of the Wanderers side, won one cap for Ireland in the 24-9 loss to England at Twickenham in 1980.
He was a noted schoolboy player, forming a strong halfback partnership with another future international John Robbie. They were key players when High School won the Leinster Senior Cup for the only time in 1973.
Burns was also a good club cricketer cricketer and played for many years with the YMCA club in Sandymount.
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