​Gordon Reid joined Glasgow Warriors on a full-time basis ahead of season 2011/12 after delivering a string of standout performances for Ayr in Premier 1 and impressing as part of the wider Warriors squad during the previous campaign.

He made his international debut against the USA on the 2014 summer tour, followed by appearances against Canada and Argentina to complete an unbeaten start to his Scotland career. He was invovled in the subsequent Autumn Tests and RBS 6 Nations, before earning a place in the 31-man group named for Rugy World Cup 2015.

The Glasgow loosehead prop went on to score his first try for Scotland in the starting berth at Twickenham during their 61-21 defeat against England during the 2017 RBS 6 Nations, featuring in all tests that campaign.

He was part of Scotland's Summer Tour that year but an injury meant he sat out the Autumn Tests at BT Murrayfield.

He returned for the 2018 NatWest 6 Nations, starting in all tests of Scotland's campaign.

He is now an integral part of the Warriors pack and scrums alongside Pat MacArthur, with whom he has packed down at every club, school and international age-grade the pair have played together.

Date of birth: 04/03/87

Height: 1.88m

Scotland Debut: November 2012

Place of birth: Irvine

Weight: 119kg

Career

Ayrshire Bulls
Ayr
2019 to present

London Irish
London
2017 to 2019

Glasgow Warriors
Glasgow
2010 to 2017

Stats

38

Caps

16

Starts

22

Replacements

5

Points

1

Tries

0

Conversions

0

Penalty Goals

0

Drop Goals

Appearances

2019

Wales (replacement), England (replacement), France(2) (replacement), France(3), Georgia(2), Ireland(2) (replacement)

2019

2018

Wales, France, England, Ireland, Italy, South Africa

2018

2017

Ireland (replacement), France (replacement), Wales, England, Italy, Italy (replacement), USA, Fiji (replacement)

2017

2016

England (replacement), Wales (replacement), Japan (replacement), Australia (replacement)

2016

2015

France (replacement), Wales (replacement), Ireland (replacement), Italy (replacement), Italy (replacement), France (replacement), South Africa, Samoa (replacement), Australia (replacement)

2015

2014

USA, Canada, Argentina (replacement), Argentina (replacement), New Zealand (replacement), Tonga (replacement)

2014

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