|Full name||Rory Patrick Lamont|
|Date of birth||10 October 1982|
|Place of birth||Perth, Scotland|
|Height||1.88 m (6 ft 2 in)|
|Weight||100 kg (15 st 10 lb; 220 lb) |
|School||King Edward VII School|
|Rugby union career|
Rory Lamont (born 10 October 1982 in Perth) is a former rugby union player who played fullback and on the wing for Glasgow Warriors and Scotland. He prides himself on his versatility. Rory is the younger brother of Sean Lamont.
He played for Northampton Saints due to the reputation of his older brother. He also played for Northampton Old Scouts RFC after having left Northampton Saints. He is yet another international to have played for the Scouts that includes Ben Cohen, Steve Thompson and Courtney Lawes.
On 27 November Rory terminated his contract himself as he felt he was not getting enough playing time risking him losing his place in his Scottish side, he was linked with a return to Northampton Saints as a winger but also to Harlequins and Saracens. He joined Glasgow Warriors in December 2011.
Lamont made a memorable try scoring debut for Scotland in the 2005 Six Nations Championship match against Wales at Murrayfield. He also played for Scotland As against Australia A in the experimental position of inside centre at national coach Frank Hadden request.
He played in the 2007 Rugby World Cup at full back, arguably being Scotland's best back in the tournament. While playing Rugby on 8 March 2008, Scotland v England, Rory Lamont sustained a facial fracture.
He returned for the 2011 World Cup, but only played one game, against Georgia. During the match against France in the 2012 Six Nations Championship, Lamont broke his leg. He never managed to regain full fitness after this injury.
Lamont announced his retirement from professional rugby on 26 April 2013, citing his inability to recover fully from the broken leg he suffered against France the previous year as a deciding factor.
Rory recently married his long term girlfriend Julia Hill.
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