The 20 Borders Reivers’ who represented Scotland

Founded in 1996 and originally known as ‘Scottish Borders Rugby’, the Borders Reivers side saw 20 Scotland internationalist compete under their banner.

Friday, 22nd February 2019, 11:26 am
Updated Wednesday, 27th February 2019, 6:52 am

Reivers played their games at Netherdale, the home of Gala, and were disbanded in 2007.

The Prop earned 50 caps for Scotland and finished his career at Sale Sharks in 2010
Moved to Borders from Bath in 2004 the winger played 32 times for Scotland
The Dundonian began his senior career in the Borders and still turns out for London Scottish
Townsend had two spells with the Reivers and began his career as a coach with them in 2005
Also playing for Cambridge University and Glasgow at club level, Moffat earned four Scotland caps
The Aberdonian Scrum-Half represented Scotland 70 times and also appeared once for the British & Irish Lions
Born In Zambia, McKelvey's one Scotland cap came against Australia in 1997.
Currently playing with Wasps, De Luca spent one season with Reivers in 2006/07 in between spells with Edinburgh.
Another to spend one season with Borders in 06/07, the Prop earned two Scotland caps
The former Scotland captain retired in 2017 after begining his senior career with Borders and also playing for Glasgow and Saracens.
Earned 43 Scotland caps and spent five years with Borders from 2002 to 2007.
Australian born Centre who also had a successful career in Rugby League.
A man whose beard has its own Wikipedia entry, Cross was born in Edinburgh but attended Galashiels Academy.
Scrum-Half who played for Jed-Forrest before moving to Newcastle Falcons and ending his career with Borders.
Prop who has represented Scotland 25 times and also played for Edinburgh, Worcester Warrirors and Glasgow Warriors.
Second Aberdonian to make this list, Moir earned three Scotland caps and played most of his club career at Northampton Saints.
Hooker who started with Kelso before joining Reivers, his 110 international caps make him Scotland's most capped male player.
6ft 6' Lock born and schooled in Hawick and earned 24 Scotland caps.
Once described by legendary commentator Bill McLaren as being "On the charge like a mad giraffe." Currently raising awareness for MND.
Born in Aberdeen but attended Hawick High School, the winger earned 24 Scotland caps.