Glasgow Warriors centre Huw Jones was included in the 27-man Scotland squad for the 2016 summer tour to Japan, where he made his debut with a replacement appearance in the second Test win in Tokyo (21-16).
Born in Edinburgh and educated at Millfield School in Somerset, the then 22-year-old then went on to start for Scotland in their first Autumn Test against Australia at BT Murrayfield (22-23), scoring two tries during his starting debut.
The following year he earned his RBS 6 Nations debut in Scotland’s 2017 opener against Ireland at BT Murrayfield, defeating the men in green 27-22 in front of a sold-out crowd to secure Scotland’s first 6 Nations opening win in 11 years.
Jones went on to start every match of the 2017 campaign, scoring two further tries against Engand at Twickenham.
In Jones’ 2nd 6 Nations, he was one of seven players to start in every match for the Scots. He continued his prolific try scoring for Scotland in the 2018 Natwest 6 Nations, touching down against France and twice in the historic Calcutta Cup win over England at BT Murrayfield.
After a spell in England with Harlequins, Jones moved back to Glasgow ahead of the 2022/23 campaign, and returned in style to the international fold, scoring a fifth try in as many matches against England in the famous 2023 Calcutta Cup win at Twickenham.
Date of birth: 17/12/1993
Scotland Debut: 12/11/2016
Place of birth: Edinburgh