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He played throughout Wales's 1948 championship campaign.
Manfield returned to teaching after the war, first at Cowbridge Grammar School, then at Mountain Ash Grammar School, where he ended as deputy headmaster.
A hugely powerful player, he figured in the last two games Wales played before war was declared and then in the wins over the touring Australians for both club and country in the 1947/48 season.
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In 1939 Manfield became a PT instructor at RAF St Athan after giving up his job as a schoolteacher, but wanted to get into the thick of the action. So large was the man mountain from Mountain Ash that in training he had to put his parachute on his knees.
Invited to play for an Ira Jones XV in a special rugby game at Richmond, Manfield greatly impressed his fellow countryman. His first assignment as a navigator was in Egypt with 104 Squadron.
Manfield's time in Egypt was a mixture of bombing raids and special operations, flying secret agents behind enemy lines. Just to prove the war had not blunted his playing skills, Manfield captained Cairo Welsh to a 22-3 St David's Day win over England in 1945 and a month later a 6-3 triumph over a Rest of the Empire XV at Alexandria.