Angus Fraser rugby player
Angus Fraser rugby player

Angus Fraser

9th Dec 1999 1.81m/104kg Hooker

Angus Fraser is a Scottish rugby union player who plays as a hooker for Glasgow Warriors. Born on December 9, 1999, in Dundee, Scotland, Fraser has shown promise and potential in his rugby career.

Fraser began his rugby journey playing for Dundee HSFP before the club merged with Morgan Academy RFC in 2021. During the 2017-18 season, he was awarded the MacPhail Scholarship, which allowed him to spend five months in South Africa at Stellenbosch University to further his rugby development.

In recognition of his talent, Fraser was selected to join the Scottish Rugby Academy for the 2020-21 season and was assigned to Glasgow Warriors. The following season, despite the absence of the Super 6 tournament due to the COVID-19 pandemic, he remained in the academy and continued to be assigned to Glasgow Warriors while also joining Stirling Wolves.

In May 2021, Fraser graduated from the academy and signed his first professional contract with Glasgow Warriors. This marked a significant step in his career as he transitioned from the academy to the senior professional ranks.

Fraser made his competitive debut for Glasgow Warriors on December 10, 2022, in a European Challenge Cup match against Bath Rugby. This milestone marked his official entry into the Glasgow Warriors squad, and he became Glasgow Warrior No. 350.

Fraser has also represented Scotland at the U18 and U20 levels, showcasing his potential and skills on the international stage. Prior to his professional career, he played for Dundee Eagles and Dundee FP, where he developed his game alongside fellow Glasgow Warrior Murphy Walker.

With his dedication to the sport, experience in international youth rugby, and the trust placed in him by Glasgow Warriors, Angus Fraser has the opportunity to continue his development and make a positive impact in the world of rugby.



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