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Past Player News Update

Past Player News Update

With a hectic schedule of Autumn rugby last weekend, it was brilliant to see both past and present London Scottish players in action representing countries and teams all over the globe.

With a hectic schedule of Autumn rugby last weekend, it was brilliant to see both past and present London Scottish players in action representing countries and teams all over the globe.

George Horne, who came down on loan to the Scots, earned his 3rd cap for Scotland off the bench at Cardiff against Wales and all but set up what would have been a memorable family try for his brother.

Evan Olmstead, fresh from his involvement in winning the NZ Mitre 10 Cup with Auckland, and Kyle Baillie both played for Canada on Monday night as they faced off against Coventry in a special game. Jake Sharp played at 10 for Coventry.

Ally Miller started his first game for Edinburgh and played a key role in its defeat of Scarlets. Callum Hunter Hill also started in the same game whilst David Cherry and Lewis Wynne, who was recently called back to Scotland by the SRU, both came off the bench for Edinburgh in the same game.

Rory Hughes and George Turner both started for Glasgow Warriors in its away win over Ospreys whilst Paddy Kelly came off the bench for Glasgow in the same game in his first involvement for the Warriors this season.

Prop from last season, Derrick Appiah started for Treviso in its narrow defeat against Ulster in the Guinness Pro14. Jason Harries started for Cardiff Blues in its win over Zebre.

Both Ross Neal and Joe Atkinson started for Wasps against Northampton Saints in the Premiership Cup.

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Craig Holland and Dan George (btoh Chinnor) were up against Jonathan Mills, Gregor Gillanders and Connor Hayhow (all Rosslyn Park) in a high scoring draw in National One. Josh Barton also featured in this game whilst he is out on loan.

Current player Dino Waldren earned his 13th cap for the USA off the bench in a losing cause against the NZ Maori in Chicago.

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