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David Scott (rugby league)

Dave Scott
Personal information
Full name David Scott
Born (1993-06-18) 18 June 1993
Stirling, Scotland
Playing information
Position Wing
Club
Years Team Pld T G FG P
2013 Featherstone Rovers
2013– Doncaster RLFC 61 20 85 0 250
Total 61 20 85 0 250
Representative
Years Team Pld T G FG P
2011– Scotland 11 4 10 0 36
As of 24 October 2015
Source: RLP Love Rugby League

David Scott (born 18 June 1993 in Stirling) is a Scottish rugby league player currently signed to Doncaster RLFC in the Championship. He is a Scotland international, having made his debut in 2011, and was named in their squad for the 2013 Rugby League World Cup. [1]

Scott is a former Easterhouse Panthers junior who was scouted by Hull KR and played for their junior sides before joining Featherstone Rovers in 2013.[2] He was loaned out to Doncaster RLFC, and joined the club on a permanent deal for the 2014 season. [3]

In October and November 2013, David played for Scotland in the 2013 Rugby League World Cup.

In October and November 2014, David played in the 2014 European Cup. He scored two tries in the tournament's opening game against Wales.

In October and November 2015, David played for Scotland in the 2015 European Cup.

References

  1. ^ McCormack finalises Scotland Squad rlwc2013.com
  2. ^ Scott in another League inthewinningzone.com
  3. ^ Scott wings in to Dons doncasterrugbyleague.co.uk]
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