Nathan McBeth, a South African rugby union player, currently plays for Glasgow Warriors in the United Rugby Championship. He primarily occupies the position of loosehead prop and has represented both South Africa and Scotland at youth level.
In his professional career, McBeth made his Super Rugby debut for the Lions in March 2019, contributing as a replacement in their triumph against the Jaguares. He has also featured for the Golden Lions in the Currie Cup and the Golden Lions XV in the Rugby Challenge.
On October 24, 2021, McBeth joined Glasgow Warriors, expressing gratitude for the opportunity to represent the team and acknowledging their exciting brand of rugby. He made his competitive debut for the club as a replacement in a match against Benetton Treviso on November 27, 2021, becoming Glasgow Warrior No. 337.
At the international level, McBeth represented South Africa at the Under-18 level, playing for the South Africa Schools team in the Under-19 International Series in 2016. In 2018, he had the opportunity to represent both Scotland and South Africa at the Under-20 level. He played for Scotland in the Six Nations Under 20s Championship and later joined the South Africa Under-20 team for the World Rugby Under 20 Championship.
Since joining Glasgow Warriors, McBeth has made notable contributions to the team, earning his first start in January 2023 in a victory over USA Perpignan.
Off the field, McBeth enjoys fishing and has cited Os du Randt, a legendary Springbok player, as his childhood rugby idol. He also had the chance to face Glasgow Warriors teammates Zander Fagerson and Ali Price during the 2021 British and Irish Lions tour of South Africa, representing the Emirates Lions in the front row.
|2021 - present
|2018 - 2018
|South Africa U20's
|2018 - 2019
|2019 - 2021
|2019 - 2021