Chris Gray (rugby player)
|Full name||Christopher Antony Gray|
|Date of birth||11 July 1960|
|Place of birth||Haddington, Scotland|
|Rugby union career|
|Years||Club / team|
|Edinburgh Academical Nottingham RFC|
|Years||Club / team||Caps||(points)|
Dr Christopher Antony Gray (born 11 July 1960 in Haddington, East Lothian) is a former Scottish international rugby player who played most of his club rugby in England.
Between 1978 and 1983, Gray turned out for Edinburgh Academical. In 1983 he joined Nottingham RFC, and played 243 matches for the Green and Whites (scoring 60 points) until retiring in 1997. He succeeded England and British Lions hooker Brian Moore as club captain in 1989.
Gray made his Scotland debut in the 23-7 Five Nations win against Wales at Murrayfield on 21 January 1989 and was part of the Scotland team that claimed a grand slam in the 1990 Five Nations Championship. He played his last international in the 13-6 World Cup Third-place play-off defeat against New Zealand at Cardiff Arms Park on 30 October 1991.
Gray married Nottingham RFC physiotherapist Judith Bunten in 1991. They have two sons: James Christopher Gray (b. 1991), who was invited to play for the Scottish Exiles under-19s side in the spring of 2010, and Nicholas Andrew Gray (b. 1995).
He stands at 6"5'
- Chris Gray on the ESPN Scrum website
-  Accie.org: In the News
-  Nottingham RFC Player Records
- SCOTTISH international lock Chris Gray is to take over as captain of Nottingham next season - Herald Scotland | Sport | SPL | Aberdeen
- Rugby intended - Herald Scotland | Sport | SPL | Aberdeen
-  The Herald Interview: charged with disrupting England’s lineout, Chris Gray recalls his role in Scottish rugby’s greatest day
-  Changing old habits, The Dentist, April 2008
-  Wollaton Dental Practice - the team
-  The Herald - The Men Who Carry Scotland's Championship Hopes (dated 3/10/1991)