Grayson Hart became Scotland's 1059th internationalist when he was introduced as a second-half substitute in the victory over Canada - the second game of the 2014 summer tour. He followed up by his first start in the next game - the 21-19 victory over Argentina in Cordoba.
New Zealand-born Hart, who qualifies for Scotland by virtue of his grandmother Nancy Harvey, from Glasgow, represented his country of birth at under-19 and under-20 alongside Scotland internationalist Sean Maitland, and made his NPC debut for Auckland aged 19.
He went on to play Super Rugby for the Blues, debuting against the Bulls in 2009, before crossing the Tasman Sea to Sydney on the advice of former All Blacks coach and uncle John Hart.
The scrum-half was rewarded with a starting spot for the Waratahs’ penultimate match of the 2012 season against the Brumbies before earning a place in the senior squad in 2013.
Upon his arrival in the capital, Hartmade his debut in the RaboDirect PRO12 clash against Ulster, before making his Heineken Cup debut in the victory over Gloucester at Kingsholm.