Peter Horne made his debut for Glasgow Warriors as a replacement against Ulster in March 2009. His first start followed the same month against Munster at Firhill and he signed a full-time contract that summer.

A highly versatile player, equally comfortable at centre and fly-half, Horne's experience has also proven to be a key asset for the Warriors.

He scored the winning try in the historic away win over reigning European champions Leinster in September 2011, a try that was later voted Warriors Try of the Season by supporters. He was also responsible for scoring the winning try against Northampton Saints in the 2013 European Champions Cup – which was also voted try of the season.

Horne made his Scotland debut in South Africa in the summer of 2013, but picked up a knee injury on the tour which kept him on the sidelines until April 2014. He made his first home start in the Six Nations against Italy at BT Murrayfield in 2015, before going on to establish himself in the national set up ahead of the 2015 Rugby World Cup, scoring a try in the quarter-final against Australia.

The centre featured in all five of Scotland's 2018 Six Nations matches, including the famous 25-13 victory over England at BT Murrayfield.

Date of birth: 5 October 1989

Height: 6ft

Glasgow Debut: v Ulster, 7 March 2009

Place of birth: Aberdeen, Scotland

Weight: 92kg

Player number: 172

Stats

159

Appearances

102

Starts

57

Replacements

377

Points

23

Tries

65

Conversions

44

Penalty Goals

0

Drop Goals

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