Darcy Graham earned his first cap for Scotland coming off the bench against Wales in Cardiff for the Doddie Weir Cup in November 2018. He made his second appearance for Scotland against France in the 2019 Guinness Six Nations and went on to earn his first start and score his first try in the fourth round of the championship against Wales.
Flying winger Darcy Graham burst onto the rugby scene aged just 17 when he was called up to represent Hawick in the Scottish Cup Final at BT Murrayfield in 2015.
Some dazzling displays at club level led to selection for the 2016 U20 Six Nations and then for Scotland 7s, for whom Graham raced home for 29 tries in just nine events. Contracted to Edinburgh Rugby since 2017, Darcy made his full Scotland debut in 2018, coming off the bench in the 2018 Doddie Weir Cup game against Wales in Cardiff.
He then went on to feature in the 2019 Guinness Six Nations, scoring three tries including a double in that scintillating Twickenham Calcutta Cup draw.
Graham played in all four of Scotland’s 2019 Rugby World Cup matches and contributed to landmark away wins in Wales (2020) and then France within (2021).
Date of birth: 21/06/1997
Scotland Debut: 03/11/2018
Place of birth: Melrose
2017 to present