PERSONAL DETAILS
FULL NAME Christopher Douglas
SURNAME Paterson
HEIGHT 183 cm
WEIGHT 79 Kg
BIRTH DATE 30 March 1978
BIRTH PLACE Edinburgh
PLAYER WRITE-UP
Playing Position: Flyhalf
Club: Gala and Edinburgh Rugby. Christopher Douglas Paterson scored his fourth try in three Test matches when he blazed over Romania’s line in the 37-10 win last Saturday. That score followed a touchdown against Canada and a brace against the USA. He scored his first Test try for Scotland in the second Test of the 2000 summer tour to New Zealand and followed up with a cracking try in the 53-6 November win against the United States. His best international try, however, came in the February 2001 Six Nations Championship draw with Wales, featuring blistering pace and sidestep as he stormed in from half-way. Against Ireland in September 2001, Paterson was chosen on the wing for the first time at full international level and he marked that game with some assured goal-kicking and punting and intelligent footballing skill. In all, Paterson played in five matches on the 2000 New Zealand tour, contributing 21 points, including two tries, to the success against East Coast Poverty Bay. In season 1999/2000 he made his international debut as Scotland’s full back in the World Cup win over Spain and was in the same No 15 shirt for his Six Nations debut against France in March 2000. Having started both schools and club rugby as a stand-off, he was full back against Mpumalanga in his only game on Scotland’s 1999 tour to South Africa. He progressed to selection for the tour via the Scottish Schools and Scotland's under-19 and under-21 teams. His four under-19 internationals were all in the 1997 FIRA World Junior Championship in Buenos Aires. In his Scotland A games so far he has scored 51 points. A product of Galashiels Academy, his debut in senior club rugby was as an 18-year-old against Kelso in September, 1996. Against the same opponents, he scored the winning try and the clinching drop goal in Gala's victory in the 1999 Scottish Cup final at Murrayfield. He joined Edinburgh Reivers (now Edinburgh Rugby) in season 1999/2000 season, though previously he had made two appearances for Glasgow Caledonians, for whom he had a notable debut against Ulster in September, 1998, when he broke from almost his own goal-line to run more than 80 metres before delivering the scoring pass. Other Honours: 2002 - Scotland team vs SA - Springbok Outgoing Tour 2003 - SA vs Scotland - Vodacom Incoming Tours 2003 - Scotland IRB World Cup 2003 - Scotland RBS 6Nations 2004 - Scotland Incoming Tours to SA 2006 - Scotland Incoming Tours to SA 2007 - Scotland IRB World Cup 2008 - Scotland 6nations Squad
RUGBY CAREER
TRIES 7
CONVERSIONS 29
PENALTIES 56
DROP GOALS 1
TOTAL POINTS 264
 
SQUAD LIST
Scotland IRB Rugby World Cup - 2011
Scotland Outgoing Tours - 2010
Scotland RBS Six Nations - 2009
Scotland Vodacom Outgoing Tour - 2008
Scotland RBS Six Nations - 2008
Scotland IRB Rugby World Cup - 2007
Scotland World Cup warm-up matches - 2007
Scotland Vodacom Incoming Tours - 2006
Scotland Vodacom Outgoing Tours - 2004
Scotland IRB Rugby World Cup - 2003
Scotland Vodacom Incoming Tours - 2003
Scotland Six Nations - 2003
Scotland Springboks Outgoing Tour - 2002

MATCH CENTRE
FIXTURES
     
RESULTS
     
The Castle Lager Rugby Championship
Saturday, September 06 2014
12:05 - Australia vs South Africa
Patersons Stadium, Perth
Saturday, September 13 2014
09:35 - New Zealand vs South Africa
Westpac Stadium, Wellington
Saturday, September 27 2014
17:00 - South Africa vs Australia
DHL Newlands, Cape Town
Saturday, October 04 2014
17:00 - South Africa vs New Zealand
Ellis Park, Johannesburg
Castle Lager Outgoing Tour
Saturday, November 08 2014
00:00 - Ireland vs South Africa
Aviva Stadium, Dublin
Saturday, November 15 2014
00:00 - England vs South Africa
Twickenham, London
Saturday, November 22 2014
00:00 - Italy vs South Africa
Saturday, November 29 2014
00:00 - Wales vs South Africa
Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

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