Darcy Graham

Right Wing


Hawick man Darcy Graham rose to prominence during the 2018/19 season as he showcased his attacking abilities on both the domestic and international stage.

Adept at both fullback and wing, Graham finished the 2018/19 season with seven tries while his brace of scores against England in the Calcutta Cup retaining 38-38 draw at Twickenham put the winger on the international map.

An astute and attack-minded player, Graham scored two tries in his eight caps for Scotland U20, including a sensational score against Australia in the 2015 World Rugby U20 Championship, which helped guide his side to their first win over the men in gold at U20 level.

Graham rose through the ranks at his hometown club, Hawick, where his pace and attacking abilities really came to light on the annual King of the Sevens circuit.

After returning from injury in the early stages of the 2018/19 campaign, Graham’s memorable scores in back-to-back Heineken Champions Cup wins over RC Toulon and Montpellier helped the capital side secure passage to the Quarter-Final stage of the competition.

Graham earned his first cap for Scotland coming off the bench against Wales in Cardiff for the Doddie Weir Cup in November 2018. He made his second appearance for Scotland against France in the 2019 Guinness Six Nations and went on to earn his first start and score his first try in the fourth round of the championship against Wales.

Graham signed a long-term contract extension with the club in the summer of 2021 before kickstarting the inaugural United Rugby Championship with a brace of tries in the bonus-point win over Scarlets at DAM Health Stadium.

Player number:

Date of birth: 21/06/1997

Height: 1.77m

Edinburgh Debut:

Place of birth: Hawick, Scotland

Weight: 84.2kg

Career

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Scotland
29 Caps

Stats

55

Appearances

150

Points

30

Tries

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