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PERSONAL DETAILS
FULL NAME David
SURNAME Hilton
HEIGHT 180 cm
WEIGHT 109 Kg
BIRTH DATE 03 April 1970
BIRTH PLACE Bristol
SECONDARY SCHOOL Earlston High School
PLAYER WRITE-UP
DAVID HILTON (Kirkcaldy and Glasgow Rugby). Prop. Born 3.4.70 in Bristol. 5ft 10½in, 16st. David Ivor Walter Hilton’s returned to international action in November 2002 – having met the IRB’s three year residency requirement – when he played for Scotland A in their win against Romania. In 1999 his international career was brought to a halt when he could find no evidence to substantiate his long-held family belief that his grandfather, Walter, had been born in Edinburgh – the grounds by which he had qualified for Scotland. The grandfather’s birth certificate showed he was born in Bristol, though Hilton pledged to qualify for Scotland through the IRB’s residential clause. Hilton had opted for Scotland rather than the South-West squad which would have placed him on the path to England honours. He made his first appearance for Scotland A in the triumph over South Africa in 1994. His family run a butcher's business in Bristol, the club for whom Hilton first played senior rugby (with 56 appearances) before he switched to Bath in 1992, making his league debut against Rugby in 1993. He helped Bath to win the 1997-98 European Cup, but he came north to join Glasgow Caledonians in 1999. International record: 41 caps. 1995 - C I F W E R WC(T F NZ) WS. 1996 - I F W E NZ1 NZ2 A It. 1997 - W A SA. 1998 - It I F W E A1 A2 SA(rep). 1999 - W(rep) E(rep) It(rep) I(rep) F R(rep) WC(SA(rep) U(rep) Sp). 2000 – It (rep) F (rep) W(rep). Points: 5 - 1 try. Prop for Glasgow in Heineken Cup and Scotland Squad 2002/3
RUGBY CAREER
TRIES 0
CONVERSIONS 0
PENALTIES 0
DROP GOALS 0
TOTAL POINTS 0
 
SQUAD LIST
Scotland Six Nations - 2003
Scotland Springboks Outgoing Tour - 2002
Scotland IRB Rugby World Cup - 1999
Scotland SA to UK and Ireland - 1998
Scotland SA to Europe - 1997

MATCH CENTRE
FIXTURES
     
RESULTS
     
Castle Lager Outgoing Tour
Saturday, November 08 2014
19:30 - Ireland vs South Africa
Aviva Stadium, Dublin
Saturday, November 15 2014
16:30 - England vs South Africa
Twickenham, London
Saturday, November 22 2014
16:00 - Italy vs South Africa
Stadio Euganeo, Padova
Saturday, November 29 2014
16:30 - Wales vs South Africa
Millennium Stadium, Cardiff
The Castle Lager Rugby Championship
Saturday, July 18 2015
12:05 - Australia vs South Africa
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Saturday, July 25 2015
17:00 - South Africa vs New Zealand
To be confirmed
Saturday, August 08 2015
17:00 - South Africa vs Argentina
To be confirmed
Castle Lager Outgoing Tour
Saturday, August 15 2015
00:00 - Argentina vs South Africa
To be confirmed
IRB Rugby World Cup
Saturday, September 19 2015
16:45 - South Africa vs Japan
Brighton Community Centre, Brighton
Saturday, September 26 2015
16:45 - South Africa vs Samoa
Villa Park, Birmingham

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