Edinburgh back-row Jamie Ritchie became the 1093rd player to represent Scotland when he started the national team's 48-10 win over Canada on the 2018 Summer tour.
He made his second appearance off the bench in the final game of the tour against Argentina in Resistencia and played in all four further Test matches that year.
Ritchie scored his first try for Scotland against Fiji in the 2018 Autumn Tests and started in four of Scotland’s five 2019 Guinness Six Nations matches.
He won plaudits, and two more caps, at the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan and has since featured as vice-captain during some memorable games, most notably the 2021 Calcutta Cup success against England at Twickenham.
Flanker Ritchie signed a senior deal with Edinburgh aged just 17, after continually impressing as part of the Scotland age-grade set-up, and played a key role in Heriot's dramatic title win against Melrose in 2015.
The former Scotland U20 captain came off the bench to make his senior team debut for Edinburgh in Dublin against Leinster in the Guinness PRO12 match in October 2014.
Date of birth: 16/08/96
Scotland Debut: June 2018
Place of birth: Dundee
2014 to present
England , Ireland , Italy, France
Ireland , England, Italy, France, Georgia, Wales, Italy, France, Ireland
Italy, Ireland, France, Wales, France(2), Georgia(2), Samoa, Japan
Canada, Argentina (replacement), Wales, Fiji, South Africa (replacement), Argentina