Kenneth George Goodall (February 23 1947 – August 17, 2006) was a former Irish international rugby union and British and Irish Lions player and vice principal at Faughan Valley High School, which is now part of Lisneal College.
He was educated at Foyle and Londonderry College and then read chemical engineering at Newcastle University. He made his debut on the rugby pitch in a match against Australia on January 21 1967 and subsequently played for Ireland in 19 successive matches until March 14 1970.
He was a member of City of Derry R.F.C., played for Newcastle University, club rugby for Winlaton Vulcans RFC in West Gateshead and then played rugby league for the English club Workington Town in the first and second divisions.
He was reintroduced to rugby union and was reinstated by the Irish Rugby Football Union when the game became professional.
Workshop That Works on Every Level; OUTSIDE THE BOX: Huge Arched Windows, above, Hint at the Doubleheight Interior of Ken Goodall's Home with Spiral Staircase, Right A SOFT TOUCH: The Handlacquered Kitchen Cabinets, Left, Help Create a Feeling of Cosiness with Quality THE HEIGHT OF FASHION: The View of the Huge Living Area from the Gallery
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