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PERSONAL DETAILS
FULL NAME Stuart
SURNAME Grimes
HEIGHT 196 cm
WEIGHT 108 Kg
BIRTH DATE 04 April 1974
BIRTH PLACE Aberdeen
SECONDARY SCHOOL Robert Gordon's College-Aberdeen
TERTIARY EDUCATION Edinburgh University
PLAYER WRITE-UP
STUART GRIMES (Newcastle Falcons). Lock. Born 4.4.74 in Aberdeen. 6ft 5in, 17st. Stuart Brian Grimes scored his third try for Scotland in the Scottish Mutual 2002 Autumn Test opener against Romania. Earlier in the year he had led Scotland in three games, including the two Test matches, on their North American tour. The outstanding athleticism he brings to bear from the second-row was a feature of Scotland’s 29 -12 win against Italy at the Stadio Flaminio in the 2002 Six Nations Championship. His first international try completed a thrilling, end-to-end move in the match against Ireland in March 1999. He made his first start for Scotland against Fiji on the 1998 summer tour, his first five caps having been won as a substitute. It was also the role in which he was introduced to the 1999 Five Nations Championship against Wales, but he became a permanent fixture in the title-winning team after Doddie Weir’s injury. Grimes has been on two tours to southern Africa with Scotland: he played in four matches there in 1997, including the win against Northern Transvaal, and he returned in 1999, appearing in three of the four games. Grimes played mainly at full-back and centre during his school days at Robert Gordon's College, Aberdeen, and switched to the second-row only in his final year. Thereafter his promotion through the representative ranks was swift, beginning when he won a back-row berth for Scotland under-21 while he was at Edinburgh University. His form for Caledonia in the 1996-97 season's European Cup was such that he was catapulted into the Scotland A XV making his debut in the 32-19 triumph against their South African counterparts. He helped Watsonians to the Tennents Premiership title in 1997-98, and after a season with Glasgow Caledonians he joined Newcastle following the 1999 Rugby World Cup. Stuart is a graduate in economics and accounts. International record: 42 caps. 1997 - A(rep) 1998 - I(rep) F(rep) W(rep) E(rep) Fj A1 A2 1999 - W(rep) E It I F Arg R WC(SA U Sam(rep) NZ(rep)). 2000 – It I F (rep) W USA A Sam (rep). 2001 – F (rep) W (rep) E (rep) It I (rep) T Arg NZ. 2002 – E It I F(rep) W (rep) C USA R. Points: 15 - 3 tries. Lock for Newcastle in Parker Pen Shield and Scotland Squad 2002/3
RUGBY CAREER
TRIES 1
CONVERSIONS 0
PENALTIES 0
DROP GOALS 0
TOTAL POINTS 5
 
SQUAD LIST
Scotland Vodacom Outgoing Tours - 2004
Scotland IRB Rugby World Cup - 2003
Scotland Six Nations - 2003
Scotland Springboks Outgoing Tour - 2002
Scotland IRB Rugby World Cup - 1999
Scotland SA to UK and Ireland - 1998
Scotland A SA A to UK - 1996

MATCH CENTRE
FIXTURES
     
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SA Schools 2015
Friday, August 07 2015
12:00 - South Africa U18 A vs Italy U18
City Park Stadium, Cape Town
14:00 - England U18 vs France U18
City Park Stadium, Cape Town
Absa Currie Cup Premier Division
15:30 - ORC Griquas vs DHL Western Province
Griqua Park, Kimberley
SA Schools 2015
16:00 - South Africa U18 vs Wales U18
City Park Stadium, Cape Town
Absa Currie Cup Premier Division
18:00 - Steval Pumas vs Cell C Sharks
Mbombela Stadium, Nelspruit
Absa Under 19 Competition
Saturday, August 08 2015
09:30 - Eastern Province U19 vs Golden Lions U19
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, PE
10:30 - Free State U19 vs Blue Bulls U19
Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein
Absa Under 21 Competition
11:30 - EP Kings U21 vs Golden Lions U21
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, PE
The Castle Lager Rugby Championship
12:05 - Australia vs New Zealand
ANZ Stadium, Sydney
Absa Under 21 Competition
12:05 - Free State U21 vs Blue Bulls U21
Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein

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