Jack Edward Cuthbert came up through the Somerset county ranks at under-15 and under-17 levels before playing for Scotland in six under-19 internationals in 2006, including three in the world championship in Dubai, where he scored a try against Japan. He now plays for Bath, and marked his senior debut for the club by scoring two tries in the Guinness Premiership win against Worcester in September 2007. A former pupil of Queen Elizabeth’s HospitalSchool in Bristol, he represented Scotland A in all three matches at the 2010 IRB Nations Cup and against USA Eagles at Netherdale that November. He started at full-back for the A team in their 11-3 win over Italy A in February 2011.
Cuthbert has played for Bath’s under-19 and under-21 teams. He qualifies for Scotland through his Glasgow born mother.
He made his debut off the bench against Ireland in the EMC Test in August 2011 and became Scotland’s 1022 international player. He was part of a matchday 22 for the RBS 6 Nations Championship for the first time in Scotland’s final game of the 2012 competition against Italy in Rome, though on that occasion he was unused.
Jack joined Edinburgh Rugby from Bath for the start of the 2013-14 season.