A Fife-born rugby league player is expected to win his third cap for Scotland A when they take on their Welsh counterparts today.
David Arnot, whose family farm at Kilmux near Leven, will play his third game of the season for Scotland A when they take on Wales A in the next round of the Four Nations Championship.
The 22-year-old will be hoping to continue his impressive form of late, having scored two tries and been named man of the match in the Scots’ recent 30-22 defeat to Ireland A.
David, who plays semi-professional rugby for London Skolars, won his first cap against France A in Toulouse two weeks ago and will be keen to cement his place in the national side.
He has just achieved a BSc (Hons) in Sports Science at Bucks University in High Wycombe and normally plays with Harlequins.
David started his career playing rugby union for Howe of Fife minis before moving on to Dundee High School where he was in the first team at every age group. He played in the Bell Lawrie Schools Cup final at Murrayfield two years in succession.
After leaving school, he played the occasional game for Dundee HSFP when he was back home from university.