Elliann Clarke

A product of Queen Anne High School, Clarke started out at Dunfermline RFC, playing in the minis from the ages of five to eleven. She then joined Stirling County, where she played for the U15 and U18 sides and was involved in Scottish Cup wins in 2017 and 2019. Clarke was also previously involved in […]

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Rory Sutherland

He joined Edinburgh Rugby on a FOSROC Scottish Rugby Academy deal in 2014 as a reward for his form with club side Gala. While still in the Academy, Sutherland established himself as a mainstay in the Edinburgh squad and was awarded a full professional contract ahead of the 2015/16 season. After a series of injuries, […]

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Luke Crosbie

Four years on from making his Edinburgh debut, flanker Luke Crosbie made his international debut against Tonga in the 2021 Autumn Nations Series and won a second cap on the summer tour to Argentina, having previously been named in Scotland squads in each of the last three years. A product of Livingston RFC, Crosbie also […]

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Jamie Bhatti

He then moved to play for Melrose and was named as part of the BT Sport Scottish Rugby Academy for ahaed of the 2016/17 season. Jamie made his Warriors debut against Canda ‘A’ in Stirling and his competetive debut came later that year against the Scarlets. Jamie represented Scotland at U17, U18, U19 and U20s […]

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Scott Cummings

Scott James Cummings, a product of Kelvinside Academy, joined the Warriors elite development roster in the summer of 2014, earning a professional contract in 2016. The second-row made his debut for Glasgow in a pre-season fixture against Clermont Auvergne prior to the 2015/16 season, scoring his first try in a victory over Connacht in round […]

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George Turner

Having excelled since making a move to Glasgow Warriors in 2017, dynamic hooker George Turner made his international bow against Samoa that same year, but it was on the North America tour of 2018 that he truly burst onto the Scotland scene, with a hat-trick against USA followed up by another score in the game […]

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Ewan Ashman

Toronto-born Ewan Ashman is a prolific former U20 hooker, having burst onto the scene with no fewer than 7 tries during the 2019 World Rugby under-20 Championship, a total that earned him tournament top try scorer. The 21-year-old was named as part of Scotland’s squad for this summer’s tour, which was cancelled on account of […]

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