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Ross Rennie

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Ross Rennie
Player details
NameRoss Rennie
Age28
ClubEdinburgh
PositionFlanker
BornEdinburgh, Scotland
Height1.85m

Edinburgh Squad List

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  • Sean Kennedy
  • Sam Hidalgo-Clyne
  • Alex Black
  • Richie Rees
  • Ben Atiga
  • Greig Laidlaw
  • Chris Leck
  • Mike Penn
  • Greig Tonks
  • Ben Cairns
  • Nick De Luca
  • Tim Visser
  • John Houston
  • James King
  • Matt Scott
  • Lee Jones
  • Jamie Farndale
  • Dougie Fife
  • Tom Heathcote
  • Gregor Hunter
  • Harry Leonard
  • Sep Visser

Forward :

  • Alun Walker
  • George Turner
  • Andy Titterrell
  • Rob McAlpine
  • Sean Cox
  • Perry Parker
  • Roddy Grant
  • Netani Talei
  • David Denton
  • Dimitri Basilaia
  • Hamish Watson
  • Geoff Cross
  • John Yapp
  • Allan Jacobsen
  • Lewis Niven
  • Willem Nel
  • Alex Allan
  • Phil Cringle
  • Robin Hislop
  • Stuart McInally
  • Ross Rennie
  • Steven Turnbull
  • Grant Gilchrist
  • Izak van der Westhui
  • Ross Ford
  • Steve Lawrie

Ross Rennie NEWS

11th November 2012

Scotland flanker Ross Rennie dislocated his shoulder in the defeat to New Zealand

Flanker Ross Rennie suffered a dislocated shoulder during Scotland's 51-22 defeat to New Zealand at Murrayfield on Sunday.

27th February 2012

Rennie 'bored' of losing

Scotland flanker Ross Rennie is determined to bring his side's run of five Test losses to an end against Ireland on March 10.

3rd August 2011

Rennie: I've got to perform

Ross Rennie is refusing to look too far ahead as he prepares for his first Scotland start on Saturday against Ireland.

9th May 2010

Hogg set for Falcons move

Allister Hogg has penned a two-year deal with Guinness Premiership club Newcastle Falcons, ending his eight-year spell at Edinburgh.

11th December 2008

Rennie has ban to digest

Ross Rennie has received a two-week ban after being cited for a dangerous tackle on Wasps and England wing Paul Sackey.

8th January 2008

Hadden may wield the axe

Several surprises may be in store as Scotland head coach Frank Hadden prepares to unveil his squad for the upcoming RBS Six Nations.