Darcy Graham earned his first cap for Scotland coming off the bench against Wales in Cardiff for the Doddie Weir Cup in November 2018. He made his second appearance for Scotland against France in the 2019 Guinness Six Nations and went on to earn his first start and score his first try in the fourth round of the championship against Wales.
Edinburgh Rugby wing Graham won the U18 National Youth League Bowl with his junior club Hawick Wanderers, after finishing as a runner-up in the Cup competition at under-16 level with Hawick Albion, a year previous.
Graham was included in a Scotland under-17 training squad and made a try-scoring debut at under-18 in the game against England under-18 at Kingston Park, Newcastle, in March 2015.
Aged only 17, Graham played for Hawick in the BT Cup final at BT Murrayfield, before enjoying success with the Greens in their hometown sevens and on the Kings of the Sevens circuit.
Following impressive performances for Scotland under-18 and Hawick, Graham was selected as a BT Sport Scottish Rugby Stage player, based in the Borders.
John Dalziel named Graham in his Scotland U20 squad for the 2016 Six Nations, where he would make his debut for the senior age-grade side in the 24-6 defeat of England in the Championship opener.
A talented athlete, he won the Borders Athletic Youth Championships in 2011, and used his sprinting prowess to contribute toward’s Hawick Wanderers success in the abbreviated game, as they won the junior Kings of the Sevens in 2014.
He is the nephew of 24-times capped lock Scott MacLeod.
Date of birth: 21/06/97
Scotland Debut: August 2017
Place of birth: Melrose
2017 to present
Wales, Ireland (replacement), Italy, France
Georgia, Wales, Italy, Ireland
France (replacement), Wales, England, France(2), Georgia, Georgia(2), Ireland(2) (replacement), Samoa, Russia, Japan