Tony Stanger

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Tony Stanger
Full name Anthony George Stanger
Date of birth (1968-05-14) 14 May 1968 (age 48)
Place of birth Hawick, Scotland
University University of Edinburgh, Bachelor of Science in Applied Sport Sciences – 1st Class Honours (1999), Honorary Degree of Doctor of Education from University of Edinburgh (June 2007)
Occupation(s) Talent Manager (Scottish Institute of Sport)2008–2015, Director at Stanger Pro Limited 2015–
Rugby union career
Playing career
Position Wing and Centre
Professional / senior clubs
Years Club / team Caps (points)
1985–2001 Hawick
Borders
Edinburgh
Grenoble
Leeds Tykes
correct as of 1 November 2006.
National team(s)
Years Club / team Caps (points)
1989–1999
1997
Scotland
British and Irish Lions
52 (106)
correct as of 26 September 2008.
Coaching career
Years Club / team
2001–2004
2004–2008
Leeds Tykes
London Irish (Speed and skills)

Anthony George Stanger (born 14 May 1968 in Hawick, Scotland) is a former Scottish international rugby union player, and is Scotland's joint record try scorer.

Stanger scored the winning try in the 1990 Five Nations match against England to seal Scotland's third Grand Slam.

Stanger was called up to replace Ieuan Evans, when he was injured on tour with the British Lions in South Africa 1997. He gained one cap on the tour.

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