Andrew Scott Turnbull is Scottish Rugby’s top try scorer. He scored his 150th HSBC Sevens World Series try in front of a home crowd at the third Emirates Airline Glasgow 7s in May 2014.
He was one of the first professional sevens players when Graham Shiel named him in his 2011/12 squad and he remains a core player with Scotland 7s this year. He won his 50th cap on the series at the outset of the 2013/14 season on the Gold Coast, Australia.
As well as Scotland 7s Andrew has representative honours with Scotland A, and was also contracted to Edinburgh Rugby prior to signing with the national squad.
A product of George Watson’s College and Watsonians Rugby Club Andrew is still based in the capital and completed a degree in Sports Science at Edinburgh Napier University. He has also taken up a part-time teaching job with St Leonards School in St Andrews.
He retired from professional rugby in June 2015.
Rugby Europe stats (from 2012): 4 caps, 16 tries, 2 conversions and 74 points
Rugby World Cup 7s qualifier stats: 1 cap (Albufeira 2012), 4 tries and 20 points
Rugby World Cup 7s stats: 3 caps (Hong Kong 2005, Dubai 2009 and Moscow 2013), 16 tries and 80 points
HSBC Sevens World Series qualifier stats: 1 cap (London 2013)
HSBC Sevens World Series stats: below