Calum MacRae

Calum MacRae - Head Coach - Scotland 7sHailing from the hometown of rugby sevens, Melrose in the Scottish Borders, and winning 13 caps on the IRB Sevens circuit, Calum MacRae was the stand-out candidate for the Scotland 7s head coach role, when Stephen Gemmell stepped down after Glasgow 2014.

MacRae first led the team in the Rugby Europe Grand Prix Sevens event in Manchester in September that year.

As a player he won 13 representative honours with Scotland A and played professionally with the Border Reivers, Edinburgh Rugby, Worcester Warriors and Venezia Mestre. Calum was a member of the Melrose sevens squad who won the Kings of the Sevens title in season 1999-2000.

  • Age: 34
  • Home Town: Melrose
  • Best Rugby Memory: Hong Kong Sevens 2004. The squad played some great rugby and we were a tight touring group.
  • Sporting Hero: Craig Chalmers, he taught me that hard work gets you places.
Title: 
Head Coach