Max Evans (rugby union)
|Full name||Maxwell Brian Evans|
|Date of birth||12 September 1983|
|Place of birth||Torquay, England|
|Height||1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|Weight||87.9 kg (13 st 12 lb)|
|School||Wellington College, Berkshire|
|Notable relative(s)||Thom Evans (brother)
Chris Evans (cousin)
|Occupation(s)||Retired rugby player|
|Rugby union career|
Maxwell Brian "Max" Evans (born 12 September 1983, Torquay, England) is a Scottish international rugby union rugby player. He plays at centre and wing, and is currently without a club after being released by Castres at the end of the 2015 season.
Evans formerly attended Wellington College with his brother and former Scottish international, Thom, as well as friends and former rugby team mates James Haskell and Paul Doran-Jones of Harlequins F.C..
Evans played golf professionally in Portugal from 2004–06 while recovering from a back injury suffered while playing for Harlequins' academy side.
He earned his first cap for Scotland against Canada in November 2008. He scored his first try for Scotland on 8 February 2009, after coming on as a substitute for his younger brother, Thom, in the 2009 Six Nations Championship match against Wales. Thom, who also played for the Glasgow Warriors, was later forced to retire from rugby on 1 July 2010 as a result of a spinal injury he sustained in Scotland's 2010 Six Nations Championship match against Wales. On 10 May 2009, while playing for Glasgow against the Ospreys, Max sustained an injury to his knee, ruling him of competition for at least six months.
Released from Castres June 2015
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- "BBC Sport – Rugby Union – DJ Evans hails 'miracle' medical staff". BBC News. 15 February 2010. Retrieved 21 November 2011.
- "Scots star Max Evans faces six-month lay-off with knee injury". The Daily Record. Retrieved 21 November 2011.
- "BBC Sport – Rugby Union – Max Evans to leave as Graeme Morrison stays at Glasgow". BBC News. 14 February 2011. Retrieved 21 November 2011.
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