Gilchrist to face All Black mentor

Rob Robertson
October 2012
Daily Mail;10/26/2012, p94
WHEN Grant Gilchrist was named in the Scotland squad to play the All Blacks this week, there would have been a few happy faces down in Canterbury, New Zealand. The big second-row from Alloa was a popular trainee at the Canterbury Crusaders academy a couple of years ago when he was there on a McPhail Scholarship, a scheme open to all aspiring young Scottish rugby players.


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