Charlie Shiel

Charlie Lewis Shiel, a pupil at the Royal High School, scored two tries in his three caps for Scotland under-16.

He has represented Edinburgh at under-16, under-17 and under-18 level, and made his first appearance for Scotland under-18 as a second-half substitution in the age-grade’s tie against England, at Kingston Park, in March 2015.

The scrum-half was included in John Dalziel's Scotland under-20 squad for the 2016 Six Nations, and made his first appearance off the bench in the 24-6 defeat of England at Broadwood Stadium. 

Charlie is the son of Graham Shiel, former Scotland centre and current skills coach and analyst for Scotland 7s, and grandson of former Scotland and British & Irish Lions cap, Douglas Morgan. 

Stats

Caps
7
Tries -
Starts
1
Conversions -
Replacements
6
Penalty goals -
Points - Drop goals -

Appearances

Scotland under-20:

2016: E(r) It(r) A(r) E(r) It(r) A(r) W
Position: 
Scrum-half
D.O.B.: 03/12/97
Place of birth:
Melrose
Height: 1.78m
Weight: 76kg