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PERSONAL DETAILS
FULL NAME Kevin
SURNAME Yates
HEIGHT 181 cm
WEIGHT 114 Kg
BIRTH DATE 06 November 1972
BIRTH PLACE Medicine Hat, Canada
PLAYER WRITE-UP
CLUB Saracens
POSITION Prop
Kevin Yates won his two full caps so far a decade ago on the tour of Argentina after being a late starter in the game. Educated at John Bentley School, Calne, Wiltshire, he initially played for Chippenham before breaking into the Bath senior side at 22. Toured Australia and Fiji with England A in 1995, having played for England Under-21s. Won his two caps on the 1997 tour to Argentina but later became embroiled in an earbiting controversy when London Scottish flanker Simon Fenn required 25 stitches after his ear lobe was bitten in a cup tie at Bath in January 1998.
Despite protesting his innocence he was banned for six months and returned to Bath before going to New Zealand and playing for Wellington Hurricanes in Super 12 and the National Provincial Championship. He returned to England because he wanted to resume the battle for another England cap in a tough Premiership. He extended his Saracens’ contract at the end of 2005-06 and has been one of the cornerstones of their scrum for the past two seasons. He had a spell with Sale Sharks, as well as Bath, and made more than 100 appearances for the two clubs before joining Saracens from the Stockport-based Sharks. He has also played for the Barbarians. Did you know?
Kevin was born at the evocatively named Medicine Hat because his father was in the Army and the family moved around. He first showed an interest in the game while in Hong Kong but played at competitive level only in his teens when joining Bath with some friends and ending up in the colts’side. He went on to share in Bath’s 36-16 triumph over London Wasps in the 1995 Pilkington Cup final at Twickenham. Two seasons ago, he won a different honour – lifting the Saracens’ try of the season trophy, which he admitted was the first of its kind that he had been awarded. He said he was glad to collect it on behalf of the prop forwards’ union all around the world.
RUGBY CAREER
TRIES 1
CONVERSIONS 0
PENALTIES 0
DROP GOALS 0
TOTAL POINTS 5
 
SQUAD LIST
England Vodacom Incoming Tours - 2007
Hurricanes Vodacom Super 12 - 2001
Hurricanes Vodacom Super 12 - 2000

MATCH CENTRE
FIXTURES
     
RESULTS
     
Absa Under 19 Competition
Friday, September 05 2014
17:00 - EP Kings U19 vs Sharks U19
NMMU Stadium, PE
Absa Under 21 Competition
18:00 - Border U21 vs Sharks U21
BCM Stadium, East London
Absa Currie Cup Premier Division
19:10 - DHL Western Province vs EP Kings
DHL Newlands, Cape Town
The Castle Lager Rugby Championship
Saturday, September 06 2014
09:35 - New Zealand vs Argentina
McLean Park, Napier
Absa Under 19 Competition
11:00 - Free State U19 vs Leopards U19
Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein
11:45 - Griffons U19 vs Boland U19
North West Stadium, Welkom
12:00 - Valke U19 vs SWD U19
Barnard Stadium, Kempton Park
The Castle Lager Rugby Championship
12:05 - Australia vs South Africa
Patersons Stadium, Perth
2015 Community Cup Qualifying - Regional Play-Offs
12:45 - Leopards 2 (Vaal Reefs) vs Valke 2 (Brakpan)
Olen Park, Potchefstroom
Absa Under 21 Competition
13:00 - Free State U21 vs Leopards U21
Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein

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