|Playing Position: Lock |
Club: Sale Sharks.
Jason Phillip Randall White was named RBS Man of the Match for his part in Scotland's March 2003 win against Wales. He followed up with his first Murrayfield Test try in the victory against Italy. The previous month he scored two tries in Scotland A's 22-all draw with their Irish counterparts at Bridgehaugh, Stirling and returned to the national side from the bench for the match against France. Last year he scored his first Test try in Scotland's 65-23 win against the USA on their tour of North America in which he played in three games, all on the flank, the berth in which he has now won 18 of his 24 caps, the other six having been won at lock. He missed the first Scottish Mutual Autumn Test of 2002 - against Romania - because of injury but returned as a substitute in the win against South Africa. He retired after only 20 minutes in the following game, against Fiji, with concussion. Earlier in the year he was voted Famous Grouse Scotland player of the match in the contest against England. He made his first appearance for Scotland as a lock in the September 2001 success against Ireland. His previous seven caps had all been on the flank beginning with his debut in the April 2000 victory against England. He was back on the flank and weighed in with a pulverising 17 tackles in the November 2001 win against Tonga. He played in five games on the 2000 summer tour of New Zealand, including both Tests. In addition, he scored Scotland's first try in their narrow 15-18 loss to the NZ Maori. He was Scottish Schools' vice-captain on their 1996 tour to South Africa and led Scotland's under-19 team in 1997, first to victory over their English contemporaries and then in the FIRA Junior World Championship in Argentina. He returned to South Africa with the 1999 Scotland touring team, playing in two of the four matches and scoring a try against Northern Free State. He led Scotland under-21 in four of his seven outings at that level and he had a try-scoring debut for Scotland A in the 99-0 win against the Netherlands at Murrayfield in December 1999. He went on to play in three more A matches that season and returned to A duty against the English and Italians in March 2001. White was educated at Cults Academy (Aberdeen) and George Watson's College (Edinburgh) and first sampled club rugby with Aberdeen Wanderers before joining Watsonians. In April 2003 he played his last game for Glasgow Rugby as he has signed with Sale Sharks.
1998 - SA to UK and Ireland 1998 Glasgow Caledonians -flanker
2002 - Springbok Outgoing Tour 2002 - Scotland - Lock
2003 - Six Nations 2003 Scotland - Lock
2003 -= Vodacom Incoming Tours 2003 Scotland - Lock
2003 - Scotland IRB World Cup
2004 - Scotland vs SA
2006 - Scotland vs SA
2007 - IRB World Cup
2008 - Scotland 6Nations Squad