Eddie Butler: Former Welsh captain and BBC commentator dies aged 65

Eddie Butler, the legendary rugby commentator and former international known as the ‘Voice of Wales’, has died aged 65.

The channel has been a regular part of the BBC’s rugby internationals coverage and partnered with former England player Brian Moore and former Welsh fly-half Jonathan Davies.

Butler was taking part in a charity hike for Prostate Cymru in Peru when he died in his sleep, according to a statement from the organization where he was an ambassador.

Before taking the mic, Butler was capped 16 times by Wales between 1980 and 1984 and captained the side six times.

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