Kelly Brown (rugby Union)

Kelly Brown (rugby Union)

Kelly Brown (born 8 June 1982 in Edinburgh) is a Scottish rugby union player. He is the captain of Scotland's national rugby union team, and plays club rugby for Saracens as a flanker.

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Kelly Brown (rugby Union) - International Career
... Brown was in the Scotland squad for the 2007 Rugby World Cup,when he made five appearance four as substitute) and scored a try in the pool match against Portugal ... while playing for Scotland against England at Twickenham,where he had to be stretchered off after a lengthy pause in play ... On 30 October 2012 it was announced that,after a lengthy injury that ruled him out of the 6 nations,Brown would return to captain Scotland for his 50th cap in the first Autumn test of 2012 against New ...

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