Allister Hogg

Allister Hogg

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Allister Hogg (born 20 January 1983, in Stirling, Scotland) is a Scottish Rugby Union player who plays rugby union at either flanker or number eight for Newcastle Falcons and formely for Scotland.


A product of Stirling High School, Hogg has also played basketball for Scotland at under-16 level. He graduated from Telford College in Edinburgh with an HND in Sports Coaching & Sports Development.

Hogg made his debut against Wales at Cardiff in 2004, a match Scotland lost 23–10, aged 21. He has established himself as one of Scotland's best players. His pace, strength, skill, and work ethic have already gone some way to gaining him international recognition. All Blacks open-side flanker Richie McCaw rated him as one of the best back rows in the game, shortly after he missed being selected for the 2005 British & Irish Lions tour of New Zealand.

Hogg was named Edinburgh's first team captain in the summer of 2007 (alongside Simon Cross) and went on to become the first Scotland forward in 20 years to score a hat-trick of tries in one match when he plundered a treble during the 42–0 World Cup win over Romania in September 2007. STV website, 25 June 2007.

He most recently played for Watsonian RFC in the 92nd Langholm Sevens competition. Despite being tipped to win the tournament and being 2009/10 'Kings of Sevens', Watsonians were beaten by a young Edinburgh University side.


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