Hooker Kevin Bryce became Scotland's 1058th international cap when he took to the field in Toronto in the second-half of the 2014 summer tour 19-17 triumph against Canada.
Despite not being part of the extended Scotland squad for the Rugby World Cup 2015, Bryce was named in the reduced 31-man group for the competition has an injury replacement for Stuart McInally.
Bryce made one outing in the competition as a replacement in Scotland's five-try win over USA at Elland Road.
Kevin's father, Jock, was a key figure when Heriot's won the Scottish club championship in 2000, having made the switch from flanker to prop.
Kevin followed his father to Goldenacre and was part of the Heriot's squad that won the 2014 RBS Cup Final before signing for Glasgow Warriors in season 2013, making the most of injury and international duty demands at the club to retain his place at Scotstoun.
The 25-year-old is a former winner of the John Macphail Scholarship which earned him a summer playing club rugby in New Zealand.
Kevin's full-back brother, Glenn, is also former Scotland age-grade internationalist, and is currently on the books at Glasgow Warriors.