Adam Ashe

Adam Ashe became Scotland international player 1060 when he made his debut in the final game of the 2014 summer tour, against South AFrica in Port Elizabeth.

Adam is a Scottish Rugby Elite Development Player who trains with Glasgow Warriors. He was part of the Scotland 7s squad in season 2011/12, and scored two tries from the nine 7s caps he won that season. 

Equally comfortable in any of the back-row positions, Ashe attended Alva Academy and has played club rugby for Hillfoots and Stirling County.

He has represented Scotland at under-17, under-18 and under-20 level, and likes golfing, skiing and playing the drums in his spare time.

Adam was man of the match as Scotland under-20 defeated their Irish counterparts at Netherdale in 2013. He went on to win ten Scotland under-20 caps.

Injury restricted his appearances in the 2013-14 season.  However he was named recipient of the John Macphail Scholarship and has been playing club rugby for Canterbury University in Christchurch, New Zealand over the summer of 2014.   

Stats

Caps
3
Tries -
Starts
3
Conversions -
Replacements - Penalty goals -
Points
0
Drop goals -

Appearances

International record: 3 caps

2014 - SA Arg NZ
Position: 
Back-row

Club

D.O.B.: 24/07/93
Place of birth:
Livingston, West Lothian
Height: 6ft 4in
Weight: 105kg