Jim "Basher" Inglis died at the age of 87 on Friday 20th November 2015. He was one of the most popular and well-known characters on the Borders Rugby scene, having been attached to Selkirk for practically all his life. It was during the 1952 season that he won his only cap for Scotland against England. The talented Prop was also one of the legendary front row of the South Of Scotland against South Africa. Hughie McLeod was the other Prop that day. Jim and wife Mary completed 60 years of marriage this year, and the two of them received the prestigious "Spirit Of Rugby" award from Scottish Rugby to mark a lifetime of achievement in rugby. "Basher" was a past President of the Border League and will be greatly missed.
ITV Border's Rugby Presenter Stuart Cameron looks back at one of the true greats of Borders Rugby.