Kyle Rowe was called up for the Scotland squad for the 2022 Six Nations in January 2022.

At amateur level, Kyle Rowe first played at Falkirk RFC before heading to Glasgow Hawks.

He then made his way to Ayr, where he won the Premiership and Scottish Cup in 2019, scoring three tries across the two finals.

Rowe has previously featured for Scotland U19 and U20, scoring four tries in nine appearances for the U20s.

He has also played for Scotland Sevens, making his debut in 2018 and scoring seven tries in five competitions. Having had stints at Glasgow Warriors and Edinburgh Rugby, Rowe signed for London Irish in 2021.

He made a blistering start, scoring five tries in his first seven Premiership appearances, including a hat-trick in away draw with Saracens. He also scored in a Challenge Cup victory over his old team Edinburgh in January 2022.

This incredible form saw Rowe earn his first 15-a-side Scotland call up ahead of the 2022 Guinness Six Nations.

Date of birth: 08/02/1998

Height: 1.83cm

Scotland Debut:

Place of birth: Ascot

Weight: 83kg

Career

London Irish
Sunbury-on-Thames

Stats

1

Caps

0

Starts

1

Replacements

0

Points

0

Tries

0

Conversion

0

Penalty Goals

0

Drop Goals

Appearances

2022

Argentina (2) (replacement)

2022

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