Kiran McDonald made his debut for Glasgow Warriors against Ospreys in 2017.
McDonald rejoined Glasgow Warriors ahead of the 2017/18 season, having previously spent time in the Fosroc Scottish Rugby Academy.
The lock has previously turned out for Glasgow Hawks in the Tennent’s Premiership, as well as English National Division Three side Hull.
McDonald first pulled on a Warriors jersey in the 63-0 victory over Canada 'A' in Stirling in August 2016, alongside the likes of Matt Fagerson and George Horne, before making his competitive debut for the club in a 47-6 away win over the Ospreys in November 2017.
The Glaswegian enjoyed a night to remember in November 2019, picking up the man-of-the-match award and the October Warrior of the Month prize following a sterling display in a 50-0 victory over the Southern Kings at Scotstoun.
His first try for the club was a crucial one, crossing in the 79th minute at Cardiff City Stadium to secure a vital bonus-point in a 27-16 win over the Dragons in the Guinness Rainbow Cup in May 2021.
A former Air Cadet, McDonald won the 2012 Kriegie Trophy, awarded to the best Cadet at Cadet Leadership Courses.
Date of birth: 01/11/94
Place of birth: Glasgow, Scotland
Club of Origin: Glasgow Accies
Height: 6ft 8in
Glasgow Debut: v Ospreys, 26 November 2017
Player number: 289