Logan Trotter

Comfortable on the wing and at full-back, the Harrogate-born flyer made seven appearances during his time with London Irish. Prior to his switch south, Trotter had been a standout performer for Stirling Wolves in the FOSROC Super Series, as well as for Stirling County in the Scottish Premiership. His displays for Stirling had seen him […]

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Richie Simpson

The fly-half burst onto the national scene in the 2023 U20 Six Nations, a series of assured displays in the number 10 jersey bringing him to the wider awareness of the Scottish rugby community. A product of Ayr RFC, Simpson has impressed both for the Millbrae outfit’s club side and FOSROC Super Series franchise Ayrshire […]

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Duncan Munn

The centre made his professional debut in the final minute of a 17-13 victory over Cardiff at Scotstoun, coming off the bench to replace Duncan Weir in March 2024. Munn initially joined the Glasgow Warriors academy in January 2022, having impressed during his outings for Boroughmuir Bears in the FOSROC Super Series. Comfortable in both […]

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Ben Afshar

The former Edinburgh Accie made his professional debut for Glasgow Warriors off the bench in front of a sold-out Scotstoun, coming on for the final five minutes in a 33-20 win over Ulster to replace club coach Sean Kennedy at scrum-half. His first try in Glasgow colours came in February 2024, marking his first start […]

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Kyle Rowe

Having previously trained with the Warriors ahead of the 2019 Rugby World Cup, Rowe played at Scotland U20 level with future club-mates including Stafford McDowall, Ross Thompson, Logan Trotter and Rory Darge. The former Queen Victoria School, Falkirk and Glasgow Hawks flyer came to prominence during a prolific spell with Ayr, helping the Millbrae men […]

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Facundo Cordero

Having initially moved to Sandy Park in 2020, Cordero went on to make 33 appearances for the English Premiership outfit, crossing the whitewash on eight occasions across all competitions. The flyer marked his club debut in the perfect fashion in February 2024, crossing for a try in a 40-7 victory over the Dragons at Scotstoun. […]

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Tom Jordan

His tally of 49 points from nine appearances was the fourth-highest in the competition, with only two players having beaten more defenders than the 26 passed by Jordan over the course of the 2021 season. Jordan’s standout campaign culminated in being named Player of the Match for his performance in the 2021 FOSROC Super6 final, […]

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Stafford McDowall

A Scotland international at U18 and U20 level, Stafford McDowall signed his first professional contract with Glasgow Warriors in 2018. McDowall was selected amongst Scotland’s squad for the 2017 World Rugby U20s Championship in Georgia, where he helped his side to a best-ever finish of fifth place, before being named as captain for the 2018 […]

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Sione Tuipulotu

Comfortable on the wing or in midfield, he made the move to Scotstoun after his second stint with the Japanese outfit concluded at the end of the 2021 Top League campaign. A dynamic presence with ball in hand, the former Melbourne Rebel made history in 2016 when he became the first homegrown player to represent […]

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Sebastián Cancelliere

The winger was part of the Jaguares squad that reached the 2019 Super Rugby Final, with only New Zealand powerhouses Crusaders able to prevent the Argentinian franchise from claiming the title. He made his Glasgow Warriors debut away to Zebre Parma in October 2021, playing the full 80 minutes at Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi. An impressive […]

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