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Cliff Morgan's international career began in the early 1950s. He went on to captain Wales before beginning a second career as a celebrated broadcaster and commentator.
Richard Morgan looks back at the life and times of one of Wales' greatest sporting stars
On our Facebook page, we've received some warm tributes to Cliff Morgan, who has died at the age of 83.
- Clive Bennett - "Apart from being an outstanding rugby player he'll be remembered for commentating on THAT TRY between Babas & New Zealand."
- Richard Wayne Morgan - "God bless Cliff. You were a rugby legend in all ways. You will always be remembered."
- Gavin Pearce - "RIP to a gentleman and legend."
Former BBC and ITV sports presenter Des Lynam has issued a glowing tribute to rugby legend Cliff Morgan, who has died at the age of 83.
Treorchy Male Choir describes Cliff Morgan as "a legendary figure, the like of which we will never see again".
Morgan had a close association with the choir throughout his life , with the choir even performing on the 1988 edition of 'This is Your Life' dedicated to him.
"I would give up the caps for playing for Wales if only I had had the ability to be the conductor of the Treorci!” he wrote in an article for the choir's magazine.
"The Treorchy Male Choir would like to send its deepest condolences to his family at this sad time" said choir chairman David Bebb.
“May they find some comfort in the knowledge that he was loved and respected by all those who had the pleasure of knowing him.”
From an edition of HTV's 'Highway' in 1991 - Cliff Morgan talks to Sir Harry Secombe about growing up in Trebanog, his love for the "warmth and friendliness" of the Rhondda, and the similarities between a choir and a rugby team.
Cliff Morgan commentated on Gareth Edwards' legendary try during the Barbarians v New Zealand match in January 1973.
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Morgan represented Wales 29 times, while playing club rugby for Cardiff, and captained the Lions during the 1955 tour of South Africa.