Richard Galloway

Richard Galloway currently plays his rugby with the University of Birmingham, where he studies medicine. 

The Bournemouth Gramma and Sherborne School pupil was previously in Aviva Premiership side Bath's academy system.

He appeared in all of Scotland under-20s' games in the 2015 World Rugby Under-20 Championship, making his debut in the opening game of tie of the tournament against New Zealand. 

Galloway, a strong finisher with an electrifying turn of pace, scored his first try for Scotland under-20 against their Argentine counterparts to contribute towards an emphatic 29-6 victory in the final pool game of the World Rugby Under-20 Championship. 

In the following game, he crossed the whitewash in the 75th minute as Scotland fell to a 31-21 defeat to Australia in the Championship 5th place semi-final. 

Stats

Caps
5
Tries
2
Starts
4
Conversions -
Replacements
1
Penalty goals -
Points
10
Drop goals -

Appearances

Scotland under-20 2015: NZ I(r) Arg A I
Position: 
Wing/full-back
D.O.B.: 12/11/95
Place of birth:
Bournemouth
Height: 1.83m
Weight: 93kg