Cameron Neild

Primarily an openside flanker, Neild moved north following Worcester’s move into administration, having only joined the Sixways outfit in the summer of 2022. He made his debut in the opening round of the 2022/23 EPCR Challenge Cup, turning in a team-leading 23 tackles in the 22-19 win over Bath at The Rec. The Manchester-born back-rower […]

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Euan Ferrie

The East Kilbride RFC product had previously stood out for Scotland U20, playing alongside future Glasgow team-mates Alex Samuel and Max Williamson in the 2021 U20 Six Nations. Capable of operating in either the second-row or back-row, Ferrie made his first start for the club in January 2023, helping his team to victory over USA […]

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Zander Fagerson

His first try for the club came in October 2015, with the prop scoring in a 29-15 win over the Dragons at Scotstoun. Since then, he has pushed on and become a near ever-present in the matchday squad for Glasgow, developing into one of the premier tight-heads in the northern hemisphere. The prop was a […]

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Thomas Gordon

Born in New Zealand, he qualifies for Scotland through his grandparents and was capped at U20 level. Gordon’s first appearance in a Glasgow shirt came in the pre-season friendly against Harlequins in Perth in August 2018, playing his part in a 50-17 win. The flanker claimed the man-of-the-match award on his first start at Scotstoun, […]

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Sione Vailanu

The back-rower made 21 appearances during his season at Sixways, impressing with his explosive brand of ball carrying. Prior to his move to Worcester, Vailanu had become something of a cult hero with Wasps supporters, making 31 appearances over a two-year stint with the Premiership outfit. A powerful presence at the base of the scrum, […]

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Sintu Manjezi

Standing at 6’6”, Manjezi first came to prominence in South African schoolboy rugby, captaining St Andrew’s College first XV en route to earning a place in the Eastern Province Academy. He made his Currie Cup debut for the province at the age of just 20, making 15 appearances in the 2016/17 season prior to a […]

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Simon Berghan

Born in New Zealand, Berghan qualifies for Scotland by virtue of his Stirling-born grandfather. Having caught the eye for Crusaders Knights – the development squad of Super Rugby side Crusaders, he initially joined Edinburgh back in 2014 and impressed with his set-piece ability and dynamic carrying. He went on to make 89 appearances for the […]

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Scott Cummings

The Glasgow-born second-row joined the Warriors elite development roster in the summer of 2014, earning a professional contract in 2016. He 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 two of the 2015/16 Guinness PRO12. […]

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Ryan Wilson

Wilson joined Glasgow Warriors in 2010 after making appearances in the English Premiership A League with London Irish and Wasps. The Scotland international back row made a immediate impact for the Warriors in the 2010/11 season, most notably when he delivered a man of the match-winning display in the Champions Cup win over Wasps at […]

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Rory Darge

A product of the FOSROC Scottish Rugby Academy, the flanker made his professional debut for Edinburgh against Leinster in November 2020. Prior to penning his first professional contract, Darge had represented Southern Knights in the inaugural FOSROC Super6 campaign, as well as turning out for Melrose in the Tennents Premiership. Having come through the ranks […]

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