Hooker Kevin Bryce became Scotland's 1058th international cap when he took to the field in Toronto in the second-half of the 2014 summer tour 19-17 triumph against Canada.
Bryce joined Glasgow Warriors on a one-year deal for season 2013/14 and signed an extension that will keep him at Scotstoun until at least May 2016.
He arrived at the club on a short-term basis in February 2013 after Glasgow lost their frontline hookers through injury and international duty.
The 25 year old is a former winner of the John Macphail Scholarship which earned him a summer playing club rugby in New Zealand. His father, Jock, was a key figure when Heriot's won the Scottish club championship in 2000, having made the switch from flanker to prop, while his brother, Glen, has also played age-grade international rugby for Scotland.
Kevin followed his father to Goldenacre and was part of the Heriot's squad that won the 2014 RBS Cup Final.