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Barbarian Men

Craig Minto Chalmers

Fly-half

13

Matches

101

Points

Country

Scotland

Playing Record

Games
17 Nov 1990
National Stadium
Barbarians
34
22
Argentina XV (non-cap)
02 Oct 1990
Lidget Green
Barbarians
52
7
Bradford & Bingley
04 Apr 2001
Franklin's Gardens
Barbarians
12
62
East Midlands
03 Dec 1994
Lansdowne Road
Barbarians
23
15
South Africa XV (non-cap)
25 Mar 1989
Arms Park
Cardiff
24
21
Barbarians
30 Mar 1991
Arms Park
Cardiff
25
42
Barbarians
02 Apr 1994
Arms Park
Cardiff
27
53
Barbarians
09 Mar 1994
Franklin's Gardens
East Midlands
25
55
Barbarians
28 Dec 1992
Welford Road
Leicester Tigers
41
23
Barbarians
28 Dec 1993
Welford Road
Leicester Tigers
51
14
Barbarians
29 Dec 1998
Welford Road
Leicester Tigers
24
28
Barbarians
10 Oct 1989
Rodney Parade
Newport
13
40
Barbarians
03 Nov 1992
Rodney Parade
Newport
23
48
Barbarians
Statistics
13 Games Played
7 Wins
6 Losses
101 Points

Craig Minto Chalmers

Craig Minto Chalmers was born in Galashiels on 15 October 1968 and educated at Melrose Grammar School and Easton High School. He played at fly-half for Melrose, Harlequins, Worcester Warriors, Pertemps Bees and the Scottish regional teams at Edinburgh, Glasgow and Border Reivers. Between 1989 and 1999 he gained 60 caps for Scotland and scored 166 points. On the British Isles tour to Australia in 1989 he played in seven matches, including the first test, and his 28 points included seven drop goals. A popular Barbarian, Craig Chalmers was part of the winning teams against Argentina in 1990 and South Africa in 1994. He was also an original selection against New Zealand in 1989 but was forced to withdraw with an injury. He captained the Barbarians against East Midlands and Cardiff in 1994 and coached the Club for the Mobbs Memorial Match against Bedford Blues in 2010.

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