Scott Cummings made his competitive debut for Glasgow Warriors against Scarlets in September 2015.
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.
He established himself as a member of the Warriors senior squad ahead of the 2017/18 campaign, scoring an impressive try against the Dragons in pre-season before a series of eye-catching performances in the early rounds of the Guinness PRO14
Cummings has represented Scotland throughout the age-grades, captaining the U20s in the 2015 World Championships in Manchester.
He was educated at Kelvinside Academy and was the deputy head boy and captain of the 1st XV.
In 2019, Cummings made his international debut off the bench against France in Nice, making his first start against the same opposition a week later at BT Murrayfield. His first try for his country came against Georgia in Tbilisi, three days before being named in the Scotland squad for the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
Date of birth: 03/12/1996
Place of birth: Glasgow, Scotland
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Height: 6ft 6in