Glen Young

Jedburgh-born Glen Young began his rugby journey at Riverside Park with Jed Thistles, before moving to the Newcastle Falcons academy system, a platform which saw him represent Scotland under-20s. He left Falcons for Harlequins and spent three years in London, before moving to Edinburgh Rugby ahead of the 2021/22 campaign. Glen made his Scotland debut […]

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Murphy Walker

Glasgow Warriors tighthead prop Murphy Walker made his competitive professional debut in an October 2021 United Rugby Championship game against Sharks, his impressive form since earning a place in Scotland’ squad for the 2022 Autumn Nations Series. A former Strathallan School pupil, Murphy won the Schools Cup in 2018 and in the time since, he […]

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Josh Bayliss

Bath back-row forward Josh Bayliss had a Scotland debut to remember in 2021, coming on as a replacement in the 15-13 win over Australia in the Autumn Nations Series, to retain the Hopetoun Cup. Bayliss made his Bath debut in 2016 and has featured nearly 100 times for The Rec side. He qualifies for Scotland […]

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Jamie Ritchie

Having signed his first senior deal aged just 17, former Madrascals mini and Strathallan School pupil Jamie Ritchie made his professional rugby debut for Edinburgh Rugby in October 2014, from which time he has racked up over 80 appearances for the capital club. A former Scotland U20 captain, Ritchie also played a dramatic role as […]

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WP Nel

Willem Petrus (WP) Nel is a South African born tighthead prop who made his debut for the national team in 2015 in the Summer Tests against Italy, becoming a mainstay of the Scotland set-up since. He was named in the 2015 World Cup squad and played every game, including a pool stage try against USA […]

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Richie Gray

A 2013 British & Irish Lion, Richie Gray made his Scotland debut in 2010 in a Six Nations match against France at Murrayfield, signalling the start of an international career that is now into its 12th year. He won a 50th cap in the second row with younger brother, Jonny, during the 2015 Rugby World […]

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Jack Dempsey

Jack Dempsey has impressed from the moment he donned the Glasgow Warriors jersey after a move to the club from NSW Waratahs in 2021. An abrasive open field runner, Dempsey represented the country of his birth, Australia, 14 times between 2017 and 2019 including at the Rugby World Cup in Japan. However, an ability to […]

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Nick Haining

Australian-born Nick Haining joined Edinburgh from Bristol Bears ahead of the 2019/20 season following two years at Ashton Gate, and qualifies to play for Scotland through his Dundee-born grandmother. Having joined Edinburgh in 2019, Haining was named in his first international squad in early 2020, making his debut in a Guinness Six Nations game against […]

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Fraser Brown

Fraser James Macgregor Brown made his Scotland debut as an injury replacement against Italy in the 2013 quadrangular tournament in South Africa, his subsequent performances earning selection in Scotland’s squad for the 2015 Rugby World Cup, where he featured in all five games. Although primarily a hooker, Brown’s versatility in being able to cover flanker […]

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Jonny Gray

After signing professionally for Glasgow Warriors in 2012 at the age of 18, Jonny Gray became the 1050th Scotland cap when he was introduced for his older brother Richie in the second half of Scotland’s Test against South Africa in November 2013. He scored a try on his first Scotland start a year later (Richie […]

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