Stuart Hogg’s record-breaking try tally for Scotland

On the 20th of November 2021, Stuart Hogg became the leading try scorer of all time for Scotland’s Men’s team. Here are all 25 of his tries for the national side.

Try number 1

v France at Murrayfield, 26th February 2012

Try number 2

v England at Twickenham, 2nd February 2013

Try number 3

v Italy at Murrayfield, 9th February 2013

Try number 4

v France at Murrayfield, 8th March 2014

Try number 5

v USA at BBVA Compass Stadium, 7th June 2014

Try number 6

v Argentina at Estadio Mario Alberto Kempes, 20th June 2014

Try number 7

v Argentina at Murrayfield, 8th November 2014

Try number 8

v Tonga at Rugby Park, 22nd November 2014

Try number 9

v Wales at Murrayfield, 15th February 2015

Try number 10

v France at Murrayfield, 13th March 2016

Try number 11

v Ireland at Aviva Stadium, 19th March 2016

Try number 12

v Georgia at Rugby Park, 26th November 2016

Try number 13

v Georgia at Rugby Park, 26th November 2016

Try number 14

v Ireland at Murrayfield, 4th February 2017

Try number 15

v Ireland at Murrayfield, 4th February 2017

Try number 16

v France at Stade de France, 12 February 2017

Try number 17

v Samoa at Murrayfield, 11th November 2017

Try number 18

v Italy at Stadio Olimpico, 17th March 2018

Try number 19

v Italy at Murrayfield, 2nd February 2019

Try number 20

v Italy at Stadio Olimpico, 22nd February 2020

Try number 21

v Wales at Murrayfield, 13th February 2021

Try number 22

v Wales at Murrayfield, 13th February 2021

Try number 23

v South Africa at Murrayfield, 14th November 2021

Try number 24

v South Africa at Murrayfield, 14th November 2021

Try number 25

v Japan at Murrayfield, 20th November 2021

2 comments

  1. Fantastic review of Hoggy’s tries. Did he not have a score infamously chalked out by M. Poite at Cardiff in his first start or is that my memory playing its usual tricks?

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