Our Records

Since the beginning of the professional era in 1996, Glasgow Warriors supporters have been able to cheer on some of Scottish and global rugby’s biggest names.

Over 300 players have pulled on the famous black and blue jersey to date, going back to the club’s first professional match against Newbridge in October 1996.

Of those players, many have written their names into the Glasgow Warriors record books, from those with a penchant for crossing the whitewash to the most talented points accumulators to have represented the club.

With the help of Glasgow Warriors stats supremo Kevin Millar (@topofthemoongw), the club’s record books – including the list of club centurions – are available to scroll through below.

  • Club Records

    Fastest Ever Try Scored

    44 seconds: Niko Matawalu v Lyon and George Horne v Connacht (both at Scotstoun Stadium)

    Most Metres in A Game

    Taqele Naiyaravoro’s 231m against Scarlets in the 2015/16 Champions Cup at Scotstoun.

    Biggest Ever Win

    69- 7 v GRAN Parma, 27/10/06 at Hughenden.

    Tallest Ever Player

    Richie Gray 6’10” / 2.08m

    Most Caps Ever as Captain

    Al Kellock: 152

    Most Points Ever Scored in a Game

    70 v Zebre at Scotstoun in 2015/16

    Most Consecutive Starts

    Bernardo Stortoni, 43 (Sept 2007 – March 2009)

    Heaviest Ever Player

    Brian Alainu’uese 135kg

    Oldest Ever Player

    Danny Herrington: 39 when he played for Glasgow

    Youngest Ever Player

    John Barclay – 18 years and 41 days old on debut

  • Tries

    DTH van der Merwe (54)

    Tommy Seymour (46)

    Niko Matawalu (44)

    George Horne (37)

    Stuart Hogg (31)

    Sean Lamont (31)

  • Points

    Dan Parks (1,520)

    Tommy Hayes (1,165)

    Duncan Weir (803)

    Finn Russell (600)

    Ruaridh Jackson (499)

  • Appearances

    Rob Harley (267)

    Ryan Wilson (213)

    Chris Fusaro (183)

    Pete Horne (182)

    Graeme Morrison (177)

Club Captains

Gordon Bulloch 1996-1999
Andy Nicol 1999-2003
Cameron Mather 2003-2004
Jonny Petrie 2004-2006
Al Kellock 2006-2015
Jonny Gray 2015-2016
Jonny Gray and Henry Pyrgos 2016-2017
Ryan Wilson 2017-2018
Ryan Wilson and Callum Gibbins 2018-2020
Ryan Wilson and Fraser Brown 2020-2022
Kyle Steyn 2022-

​Internationals and British & Irish Lions

  • British & Irish Lions
    Year Country Toured Players
    1989 Australia Craig Chalmers
    1993 New Zealand Andy Nicol
    1997 South Africa Tom Smith, Rob Wainwright
    2001 Australia Gordon Bulloch, Tom Smith, Andy Nicol
    2005 New Zealand Gordon Bulloch, Chris Cusiter, Jason White
    2009 South Africa Euan Murray, Mike Blair
    2013 Australia Richie Gray, Ryan Grant, Stuart Hogg, Sean Maitland
    2017 New Zealand Stuart Hogg, Tommy Seymour, Finn Russell
    2021 South Africa Zander Fagerson, Ali Price
  • Olympians - Rugby Sevens
    Year Team Players
    2021 Great Britain Robbie Fergusson
    2021 Canada Connor Braid
    2021 USA Folau Niua
    2016 Great Britain Mark Bennett
    2016 Fiji Leone Nakarawa
    2016 USA Folau Niua
  • Commonwealth Games - Rugby Sevens
    Year Team Players
    2022 Tonga Walter Fifita
    2018 Scotland Glenn Bryce, Robbie Fergusson, George Horne, Ruaridh Jackson, Lee Jones, John Dalziel (coach)
    2014 Scotland Mark Bennett, James Eddie, Colin Gregor, Stuart Hogg, Lee Jones, Sean Lamont, Colin Shaw, Richie Vernon, Scott Wight
    2010 Scotland Mike Adamson, Chris Fusaro, Lee Jones, Hefin O’Hare, Colin Shaw, Peter Horne (reserve)
    2010 Canada Taylor Paris
    2006 Scotland Colin Gregor
    2006 Samoa David Lemi
    2002 Scotland Darren Burns, Rory Kerr, Sean Lamont, Kenny Sinclair
    2002 Samoa Lome Fa’atau
  • Barbarians
    Player Year(s) Opposition
    Rob Harley 2022 Spain
    Ryan Wilson 2021 Samoa
    Enrique Pieretto 2019 Fiji
    Josh Strauss 2019 Brazil, Fiji XV, Wales XV
    Finn Russell 2018 England
    Corey Flynn 2017 Ulster
    Simone Favaro 2017 Tonga
    Taqele Naiyaravoro 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019 Samoa, Fiji, Tonga, South Africa, Australia, England
    Kieron Low 2015 Heriot’s
    Grayson Hart 2015 Heriot’s
    Ali Price 2015 Heriot’s
    James Eddie 2015 Heriot’s
    Alan Brown 2015 Heriot’s
    Sean Marsden 2014 Combined Services
    Al Kellock 2014 Australia, Leicester Tigers
    George Turner 2013 Combined Services
    Johnnie Beattie 2012 England, Wales
    Nemia Kenatale 2011 Australia
    Fraser Thomson 2011 Loughborough Students
    Finlay Gillies 2011, 2012 South of Scotland, Loughborough Students
    Dave McCall 2011 Richmond
    Jason White 2011 Australia
    Lee Jones 2010 Bedford Blues
    Rory Clegg 2009 Bedford Blues
    Ryan Grant 2009 Combined Services
    Richie Gray 2009 Bedford Blues
    Andrew Henderson 2009 Bedford Blues
    Andy Hall 2008 Bedford Blues
    Gordon Bulloch 2008, 2009 Edinburgh Accies, Blackheath
    Ben Cairns 2007 East Midlands
    Kevin Tkachuk 2006 Scotland, Georgia
    Tom Smith 2005 England
    Graeme Morrison 2003 East Midlands
    Danny Porte 2002, 2003, 2004, 2009 East Midlands (2), Combined Services (2)
    Cameron Mather 2001 East Midlands, Border League
    Darren Burns 2001 Melrose 7s
    Shaun Longstaff 2000, 2001 Germany, Melrose 7s
    Fraser Stott 2000 Coventry
    Stuart Moffat 1999, 2004, 2007 East Midlands, Tunisia, Spain
    Andy Craig 1998 Leicester Tigers
    Gareth Flockhart 1998 Middlesex 7s
    Stuart Grimes 1998 Leicester Tigers
    Derrick Patterson 1997 Combined Services
    Alan Watt 1996 Cardiff, Wales
    Stewart Campbell 1995 Newport
    Kevin McKenzie 1995, 1996, 1999 Newport, Cardiff, East Midlands
    Ian Jardine 1995 Newport
    Cammy Little 1995 Stirling County
    Dave Hilton 1994, 1995, 1999 Goshawks, Matabeleland, Newport, Leicester Tigers
    Kenny Logan 1994, 2000, 2004, 2005 Leicester Tigers (2), Ireland, East Midlands, Scotland
    Andy Nicol 1992, 1994 Hong Kong 7s, Cardiff, Swansea
    Derek Stark 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998 Hong Kong 7s, Newport (3), East Midlands (2), Cardiff (2), Swansea, Middlesex 7s, Leicester Tigers
    Shade Munro 1990, 1994, 1996 Swansea (2), Cardiff, Kobe Kobelco Steelers
    Craig Chalmers 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1998, 2001 Cardiff (3), Leicester Tigers (3), East Midlands (2), Newport (2), Bradford and Bingley, Argentina, South Africa
    Rob Wainwright 1988, 1989, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1999 Cardiff (2), Hong Kong 7s (2), East Midlands (2), Newport, Bath, New Zealand, French Barbarians

Brothers In Arms

Siblings who have scored tries in the same game for Glasgow Warriors

Brothers Date Opponent Venue Try Scorers
Bulloch 30 April 2000 Dunvant Bridgehaugh Gordon (1)
Alan (1)
Lamont 9 April 2005 Scarlets Stradey Park Sean (2)
Rory (3)
Evans 4 April 2009 Scarlets Parc y Scarlets Max (1)
Thom (2)
Evans 23 October 2009 Connacht Firhill Max (1)
Thom (2)
Horne 16 December 2017 Montpellier Altrad Stadium Peter (1)
George (1)
Horne 5 October 2018 Zebre Scotstoun Stadium Peter (1)
George (1)
Horne 27 October 2018 Munster Thomond Park Peter (1)
George (2)
Fagerson 13 April 2019 Leinster The RDS Zander (1)
Matt (1)
Horne 17 May 2019 Ulster Scotstoun Stadium Peter (1)
George (1)
Fagerson 1 November 2019 Southern Kings Scotstoun Stadium Zander (1)
Matt (1)
Horne 4 January 2020 Benetton Stadio Comunale di Monigo Peter (1)
George (2)

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