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PERSONAL DETAILS
SURNAME Hamilton
HEIGHT 205 cm
WEIGHT 112 Kg
BIRTH DATE 01 September 1979
BIRTH PLACE Dumfries
MARITIAL STATUS Single
PLAYER WRITE-UP
Playing Position: Lock
Club: Edinburgh and Stirling County Craig Peter Hamilton won his first cap on Scotland’s 2004 summer tour to Australia, coming on as a replacement in the second Test. The cap was reward for sterling performances against Queensland Reds, New South Wales Country, and New South Wales which led him to be heralded as the ‘find of the tour’. He represented Scotland under-21 in the 2000 SANZAR tournament, starting against Tonga and coming on as a replacement against South Africa and Argentina. He started in all three games that Scotland A played in the Barclays Churchill Cup in Canada in June 2006, and he continued in that team five months later for the Perth match against Australia A. He had two replacement appearances for Scotland A in the 2007 Churchill Cup in England. Craig also represented Scottish Students, in particular starting in their game against French Students at Inverleith in March 2002. Craig, a former pupil of Stranraer Academy, was originally with the Wigtownshire club and latterly West of Scotland before crossing the border to study in Newcastle and join Newcastle Falcons, where he played alongside fellow Scot, Stuart Grimes. They were reunited with Border Reivers in season 2006-2007, and they made their competition debuts for Reivers together in the second row against Connacht at Netherdale on the Magners League’s opening day that season. Craig moved from Newcastle to Glasgow Warriors in the summer of 2005, then to Reivers a year later, and on to Edinburgh in 2007. 2008 - Scotland 6Nations Squad
RUGBY CAREER
TRIES 0
CONVERSIONS 0
PENALTIES 0
DROP GOALS 0
TOTAL POINTS 0
 
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Scotland RBS Six Nations - 2008

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2015 Community Cup Qualifying - Valke Peregrine League
Tuesday, July 29 2014
20:00 - Springs vs Vaal Reefs (Leo)
Olympia Park, Springs
Absa Under 19 Competition
Friday, August 01 2014
13:45 - Blue Bulls U19 vs Free State U19
Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria
15:15 - Sharks U19 vs Golden Lions U19
Woodburn Stadium, Pmbg
Absa Under 21 Competition
15:30 - Blue Bulls U21 vs Free State U21
Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria
IRB Women's Rugby World Cup
15:45 - Australia vs South Africa
Marcoussis 1, Paris, France
Absa Under 21 Competition
17:00 - Sharks U21 vs Golden Lions U21
Woodburn Stadium, Pmbg
2015 Community Cup Qualifying - Limpopo Boet Fick & Waterberg Leagues
20:00 - Potgietersrus vs Northam
2015 Community Cup Qualifying - Border Super League
21:00 - Old Selbornians vs All Blacks
Kempston Park, East London
Absa Under 19 Competition
Saturday, August 02 2014
11:00 - Leopards U19 vs EP Kings U19
Profert Olen Park, Potch
Vodacom Super Rugby
11:40 - Waratahs vs Crusaders
ANZ Stadium, Sydney

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