Sam Olver rugby player
Sam Olver rugby player

Sam Olver

17th Oct 1994 1.80m/72kg Fly Half

Sam Olver is a flyhalf following in his father's footsteps, John, who represented England at the 1991 World Cup. Sam represented England U20's in 2014 during the U20 6 Nations, where he played 4 games.

Olver made his senior debut for Saints when he came off the bench against Gloucester Rugby in 2013 & his Aviva Premiership debut the following season, coming on as a replacement against Leicester Tigers in May 2015.

In May 2017, Worcester Warriors captured the signing of young Northampton Saints fly-half Olver.

Peterborough-born Olver earned a professional contract at Franklin's Gardens in March 2013 and has helped Northampton Wanderers to three Aviva A League finals in the last four seasons, having kicked 16 points in last Monday's final to help them defeat Gloucester United to win the 2016/17 title.

During his time at Saints, Olver has made 13 first-team appearances while also having spent time on dual registration at Birmingham Moseley, where he featured against Warriors in the 2014/15 Championship.

On the international stage, Olver has represented England Under 18s and also made four appearances for the Under 20s in the 2014 Six Nations, before helping them win the Junior World Championship later that year.

After 14 first-team appearances for Worcester Warriors, Olver signed a two-year deal with Ealing Trailfinders.

(LS April 6, 2018)


Career

ealing Ealing Trailfinders
Fly Half
2018 - present
doncaster Doncaster Knights
Fly Half
2018 - present
england England U20's
Fly Half
2014 - 2015
nh-saints Northampton Saints
Fly Half
2013 - 2017
261_NottinghamRugbyLogo_150x150 Nottingham
Fly Half
worcester-warriors Worcester Warriors
Fly Half
2017 - 2018