Dave Cherry

The 31-year-old – who joined the club from French Fédérale 2 side Stade Niçois signed a one-year-deal to rejoin his hometown team. Cherry – who spent three seasons with English Championship side London Scottish before moving to the South of France – has represented Scotland 10 times at U20 level and started all five games […]

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Luke Crosbie

A product of Livingston RFC, Crosbie transferred to Currie as a teenager, where he progressed into the club’s first XV. After impressing for the capital side – and improving his game as part of the Fosroc Scottish Rugby Academy – the back-row caught the attention of national selectors and was subsequently drafted into the Scotland […]

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Grant Gilchrist

Gilchrist made 23 appearances in his debut season, while the second-row was a key man as the capital side became the first-ever Scottish club to reach the Semi-Final stages of the Heineken Champions Cup in 2012. The second-row made his 50th appearance against the Dragons in 2013, while his 100th match for the club came […]

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Jamie Hodgson

Hodgson has represented Scotland at U18 and U20 level. The second-row was selected in the Scotland U20 squad for the 2018 World Championship held in France and featured in Edinburgh’s 2018-19 pre-season friendly against Bath at Meggetland. Hodgson saw plenty of game time during the 2018-19 campaign. The lock made his first XV debut against […]

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Viliame Mata

The Olympic Gold winning Fiji 7s back-row joined the club on an initial two-year deal in September 2016 following an impressive Sevens career. The playmaker excelled at the Rio 2016 Games, where he scored a try in his side’s 43-7 victory over Team GB in the final. After switching codes from rugby league, Mata has […]

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Stuart McInally

An age-grade back-row of some distinction, the former head boy of George Watson’s College was introduced him to the first team in late 2010. Since then McInally grew in stature, joining the list of promising young players at the club that were taking advantage of the internationalists on duty at the 2011 Rugby World Cup. […]

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WP Nel

As a stand-out for Western Province in the 2008 Vodacom Cup, Nel was loaned to Boland Kaveliers to compete in the Currie Cup, where he was spotted, and snapped up, by the Free State Cheetahs. Nel stayed a Cheetah for four years from his Super Rugby debut against the Waratah’s at the tail end of […]

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Jamie Ritchie

The former Scotland U20 captain came off the bench to make his senior team debut in Dublin against Leinster in October 2014 and has never looked back. A destructive ball carrier who’s sharpness in and around the breakdown make him a constant defensive threat, Ritchie’s game continues to develop with a plethora of back-row stars […]

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Pierre Schoeman

Nicknamed ‘The Greatest Schoeman’, former South African U20 prop Schoeman joined the club in in the summer of 2018. The loosehead penned a three-year-deal and joined the club from Super Rugby side Bulls. A product of Pretoria’s Afrikaanse Hoër Seunskool, Schoeman represented South African Schools at early age before joining the Blue Bulls in 2010. […]

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Hamish Watson

Watson moved north from the Leicester Tigers Academy for a centrally held Scotland 7s contract in the summer of 2011 before being approached to join the club’s elite development programme following a string of impressive showings in the back-row. Watson made his first appearance for the club against Cardiff Blues in 2011, but it wasn’t […]

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