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The plane span around and finally came to a rest near in a field near the village of Sigingstone. Two of them were sitting in extra seats bolted in at the back of the tail section and walked away unaided, while a third man, who was in the lavatory and knocked unconscious at the time of the crash, survived but was in hospital for four months.On 25 March in the final game against France at Cardiff Arms Park, the crowd stood in silence as buglers sounded Last Post in tribute to those who had died coming back from a rugby match. When Abercarn RFC designed its first crest in 1955, former player David Benjamin included a propeller as its centrepiece, representing the loss which the club had suffered.Plaques at both Risca and Abercarn recall their dreadful losses.The plane flying back from Ireland had many from Gwent onboard.The Avro Tudor airliner called 'Star Girl' was carrying members of rugby clubs in Abercarn, Risca, Abertillery and Blaenavon.

The plane span around and finally came to a rest near in a field near the village of Sigingstone. Two of them were sitting in extra seats bolted in at the back of the tail section and walked away unaided, while a third man, who was in the lavatory and knocked unconscious at the time of the crash, survived but was in hospital for four months.

On 25 March in the final game against France at Cardiff Arms Park, the crowd stood in silence as buglers sounded Last Post in tribute to those who had died coming back from a rugby match. When Abercarn RFC designed its first crest in 1955, former player David Benjamin included a propeller as its centrepiece, representing the loss which the club had suffered.

Plaques at both Risca and Abercarn recall their dreadful losses.

The plane flying back from Ireland had many from Gwent onboard.

The Avro Tudor airliner called 'Star Girl' was carrying members of rugby clubs in Abercarn, Risca, Abertillery and Blaenavon.

It was the ace of spades – superstitiously regarded a card of ill-omen: of death.” The Argus told how at the Greenhouse that day, it was “business as usual”.