Callum Hunter-Hill

Callum Hunter-Hill, a BT Sport Scottish Rugby Stage 3 Academy player, made his first appearance for Scotland under-20, coming off the bench against England in the opening game of the 2016 Six Nations.

He currently plays for Stirling County in the BT Premiership.

In the summer of 2015, Hunter-Hill travelled to the Canterbury High Performance Unit in New Zealand, on the prestigious MacPhail Scholarship. 

Previously, the lock received 10 caps at under-18, five of which he took charge of the team. 

The lock, who currently studies Geography and Archaeology at Glasgow University, has captained Edinburgh at under-17 and under-18 level, as well as appearing for Edinburgh Rugby A against their Glasgow Warriors counterparts and Ontario Blues.

He has since represented Glasgow Warriors in non-league fixtures. 

During his time at Stewart’s Melville College, he won the Brewin Dolphin Shield competition. 

Stats

Caps
9
Tries -
Starts
7
Conversions -
Replacements
2
Penalty goals -
Points - Drop goals -

Appearances

Scotland under-20:

2016: E(r) W It(r) F I E It A W
Position: 
Lock
D.O.B.: 27/02/97
Place of birth:
Melrose
Height: 6ft 6in
Weight: 103kg