Graeme Morrison has long been a vital component of the Glasgow team, marshalling the midfield with strength, courage and real game intelligence.
A Warrior through and through, the centre suffered bad luck with injury in season 2010/11 but quickly settled back into the groove and his inclusion in the Scotland squad for the 2011 Rugby World Cup came as no surprise. Morrison also gave the Glasgow support a huge boost when he agreed a new two-year deal that will keep in Scotland's number one city until at least May 2013.
He joined the professional set-up from Glasgow Hawks in season 2003-2004 and scored a debut try in the warm-up match against Gloucester at Kingsholm. His representative rugby includes under-16 and under-18 appearances for Midland Schools and Scottish Schools and under-19 and under-21 international honours as well as Hong Kong under-16.
Morrison is a former pupil of Dollar Academy and has studied physiology and sports science at Glasgow University. His father, Ken, played for Glasgow High School FP when the club championship was introduced to Scottish rugby in 1973, and he won a B cap against France in Bayonne in 1974 before going on to play for Hong Kong