Peter Horne

Peter Horne made his debut for Glasgow Warriors as a replacement against Ulster in March 2009. His first start followed the same month against Munster at Firhill and he signed a full-time contract that summer.

Horne, who can play in a number of positions across the back line, was part of the Scotland 7s squad  in 2011/12.

He scored the winning touchdown in the historic away win over reigning European champions Leinster in September 2011, a try that was later voted Warriors Try of the Season by supporters and he scored the winning try against Northampton Saints in last season's Heineken Cup – which was also voted try of the season.

Horne made his Scotland debut in South Africa in the summer of 2013 but picked up a knee injury on the tour which kept him on the sidelines until April 2014.

Stats

Caps
69
Tries
5
Starts
36
Conversions
3
Replacements
33
Penalty goals
13
Points
70
Drop goals
0

Appearances

International Honours:

Scotland, Scotland 7s
Position: 
Centre/Stand-Off

Club

D.O.B.: 05/10/89
Place of birth:
Aberdeen
Height: 6ft (1.83m)
Weight: 14st 6lb (92kg)