Welsh rugby remembered one of its brightest stars today, at the funeral of Cliff Morgan.
A supremely talented fly-half in the 1950s, Morgan went on to convey his passion for the sport through his legendary commentaries.
He was laid to rest near his retirement home on the Isle of Wight.
Richard Morgan reports.
"If you had one word to sum up Cliff it would be 'genuine" says Max Boyce.
The veteran entertainer spoke during today's funeral service on the Isle of Wight.
"Cliff was a genuine, genuine man who was loved by all and he loved everybody".
Close family and friends will attend Cliff Morgan's funeral today on the Isle of Wight. He died last month - aged 83.
Morgan was one of the most talented fly-halves in rugby.
He won 29 caps for Wales, his first in 1951, captained the British and Irish Lions and also played for Cardiff.
He went on have a second career as a celebrated broadcaster and commentator.
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