Graham Rowntree

Graham Rowntree

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Graham Christopher Rowntree (born 18 April 1971) is a former English rugby union player. He played loosehead prop for Leicester Tigers and England. He was capped 54 times for England, despite having to compete for his position with the world's second most capped player, Jason Leonard.

Rowntree was born in Stockton-on-Tees. He was educated at John Cleveland College, which has produced other rugby union players, and was known as "Wiggy" because of his haircut.

In 1988 he joined Leicester Tigers from Nuneaton and made his first-team debut against Oxford University in 1990. For much of that time he was in harness with the famous ‘ABC club’ alongside Richard Cockerill and Darren Garforth.

In 1993 he made his England A, Barbarians and Midlands debuts, and on 18 March 1995 he gained his first full England cap against Scotland in the Five Nations tournament as a temporary replacement for Jason Leonard. He subsequently played in the 1995 Rugby Union World Cup. He also made the 1997 Lions tour of South Africa, playing six games and the 99 World Cup.

After the 1999 World Cup Graham was not capped for almost 2 years until a series of fine performances for his club forced him back into international contention. He was selected for the England squad to tour Canada and the USA in 2001, participated in all that season's Autumn internationals — being named as man of the match in England's 21–15 Cook Cup victory over...
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