Pat MacArthur rugby player
Pat MacArthur rugby player

Pat MacArthur

27th Apr 1987 1.83m/99kg Hooker

MacArthur joined Glasgow in 2007 and signed his first professional contract in 2009, making him one of Glasgow’s longest-serving players.

He joined the Centurion Club in 2014, starting an away victory over Benetton Rugby to make his 100th appearance for the Warriors. Only Graeme Morrison and Rob Harley lie ahead of the former Ayr man on the club’s all-time appearance list.

The hooker has been part of some of the most famous moments in the club’s history, including playing his part in the 2014/15 title-winning campaign, scoring his first try for the Warriors in a win over the Ospreys.

MacArthur was also part of the matchday squad that secured a first-ever European quarter-final for the club in 2016/17, coming off the bench in the historic 43-0 victory over Leicester Tigers at Welford Road.

The man from Irvine also earned six international caps during his career, making his debut for Scotland on the 2013 summer tour against Samoa, as well as helping Scotland ‘A’ record a 35-0 victory over England Saxons in 2012.

In May 2018 after 11 years at the club, MacArthur announced that he will hang up his boots at the end of the season.

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Career

scotland Scotland
Hooker
2013 - 2017
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Hooker
2007 - 2018