Peter Horne rugby player
Peter Horne rugby player

Peter Horne

5th Oct 1989 1.83m/93kg Outside Centre

Clinical at 7s level, Glasgow Warriors’ full back/centre Peter Horne was named in Scotland’s Autumn International squad, but failed to make his debut.

Horne has represented Scotland at U-18, U-19 and U-20 level. He was an integral part of Scotland’s IRB Junior World Championship squad in 2009-playing in all five games and has represented Scotland’s 7’s at numerous tournaments, scoring over a hundred points.

He made his full international debut for Scotland on the 2013 summer tour to South Africa, during which he picked up a serious knee injury which kept him sidelined for almost a year. His first full home international came against Italy during the 2015 6 Nations.

Horne made his 100th appearance for Glasgow Warriors in Pro 12 Play-Off in Galway in May 21st 2016.

He has featured in both Autumn Tests for November 2019. Coming on as a substitute in the games against Australia and Argentina. The Glasgow centre forced a way back into the starting line up over the 6 Nations period.

February 2017 saw him sign a new three-year contract at Glasgow Warriors until at least May 2020.

In May 2017, Horne was included in the Scotland squad for the three-Test summer tour, with his performances earning him a spot in the Scotland squad for the 2018 Six Nations.

He took his test cap tally to 41 by the end of the 2019 Six Nations and was included in Scotland's extended training squad for the 2019 Rugby World Cup.

In February 2020 he re-committed to Glasgow Warriors on a two year contract extension which will run through to the summer of 2022.

As of April 2020 he has scored 24 tries and 400 points for the club, and has been capped 45 times by Scotland, but was not part of the 2020 Six Nations squad.


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2010 - present
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2007 - 2009
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2011 - 2012
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2013 - 2020