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PERSONAL DETAILS
FULL NAME Gavin
SURNAME Kerr
HEIGHT 181 cm
WEIGHT 112 Kg
BIRTH DATE 03 April 1977
BIRTH PLACE Newcastle-upon-Tyne
PLAYER WRITE-UP
Playing Position: Prop.
Club: Leeds Tykes Gavin Kerr won his first cap for Scotland when he came on as a second-half substitute for Bruce Douglas in the opening RBS Six Nations Championship match against Ireland in February 2003 and the pattern was repeated against France, Wales and England. Gavin has represented Scotland at U18, U19 and U21 level and competed in the FIRA World Junior Championships when it was held in Italy in 1996. He was educated at Berwick County High School and played his club rugby at Berwick before moving to Jed-Forest at the age of 18. He also represented the Scottish Borders at all age grade levels as well as the senior side for one year. After five years at Riverside Park he moved to Liverpool club Calby before joining Leeds Tykes halfway through season 2001/2002, along with Carl Hogg. He came on as a replacement in Scotland A's 40-35 win over Argentina and again in the 6-6 draw with England A and the 30-29 win against Italy A in season 2001-02. He made his first start for the A team against Ireland in March 2002 and was introduced from the bench for the subsequent match against France A, before returning to the starting XV against Wales A. In November 2002 he started for Scotland A against Fiji in their 45-29 win at Bridgehaugh. 2008 - Scotland 6Nations Squad
RUGBY CAREER
TRIES 1
CONVERSIONS 0
PENALTIES 0
DROP GOALS 0
TOTAL POINTS 5
 
SQUAD LIST
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

MATCH CENTRE
FIXTURES
     
RESULTS
     
The Castle Lager Rugby Championship
Saturday, August 16 2014
17:05 - South Africa vs Argentina
Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria
Saturday, August 23 2014
21:40 - Argentina vs South Africa
Estadio Padre Ernesto Martearena, Salta
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
17:05 - South Africa vs Australia
DHL Newlands, Cape Town
Saturday, October 04 2014
17:05 - 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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