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Hugo Southwell

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Hugo Southwell
Player details
NameHugo Southwell
Age33
ClubLondon Wasps
PositionFull Back
BornLondon, England
Height1.88m

Stade Francais Squad List

Back :

  • Julien Dupuy
  • Alexandre Albouy
  • Paul Williams
  • Byron Kelleher
  • Waisea Nayacalevu
  • Francis Fainifo
  • Christophe Dominici
  • Morgan Turinui
  • Gonzalo Tiesi
  • Paul Warwick
  • Stephane Glas
  • Brian Liebenberg
  • Mark Gasnier
  • Ignacio Corleto
  • Julien Arias

Forward :

  • Aled de Malmanche
  • Denys Drozdz
  • Pascal Pape
  • Juan Manuel Leguizamon
  • Pieter De Villiers
  • Sylvain Marconnet
  • Nicolas Jeanjean
  • Jerome Fillol
  • Rodrigo Roncero
  • Damien Weber
  • David Attoub
  • Pierre Rabadan
  • Antoine Burban
  • Arnaud Marchois
  • Boela du Plooy
  • Mathieu Blin
  • Scott LaValla
  • Sergio Parisse

Hugo Southwell NEWS

14th February 2014

Hugo Southwell's career ended by hamstring injury

Wasps and Scotland full-back Hugo Southwell has been forced to retire on medical advice due to a hamstring injury.

23rd August 2011

New challenge excites Southwell

Fullback Hugo Southwell is hoping to make his first appearance for London Wasps when they face Benetton Treviso on Saturday.

3rd August 2011

Wasps sign up Southwell

Scotland full-back Hugo Southwell has signed a two-year deal with Wasps after leaving Stade Francais.

14th June 2010

Southwell calls for tries

Hugo Southwell says that Scotland need to find a way to cross the try-line in the second Test with Argentina.

18th February 2009

Scots seek Azzurri fillip

Hugo Southwell believes victory for Scotland against Italy will kick-start the home side's RBS Six Nations campaign.

14th March 2008

Southwell remains focused

Hugo Southwell insists Scotland have not got carried away after the excitement of beating arch-rivals England.