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Print Number 1 : Thinus Delport

His signed art prints are supporting Rugby for Heroes and Matt Hampson Foundation.

The Print :

Thinus Delport

Tribute to South African Springbok Thinus Delport by Robert Highton

South African fullback Thinus Delport hands off the attempted tackle by Ronan O'Gara of Ireland, during the South African Tour on November 19th 2000, at Lansdowne Road when South Africa beat Ireland 28 points to 18.

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Print Number 2 : Jason White

Scotland international Captain and forward.

His signed art prints are supporting Maggie's Centres.

The Print : 

Jason White

Jason White leads Scotland to victory over England to win the Calcutta Cup in 2006 by Robert Highton.

Scotland beat England 18-12 to win the Calcutta Cup at Murrayfield.  Chris Paterson won the day converting 5 penalties to Charlie Hodgson's 4 with Dan Parks adding a drop goal.  The painting shows Jason White supported by Nathan Hines about to come into contact with Mike Tyndall.

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Also see print #9

 

 

Print Number 3 : Andy Moore

Former Wales Captain.

His signed art prints are supporting Velindre Cancer Centre, Cardiff.

The Print :

Andy Moore

Wales 43 - France 35, Six Nations 2001 by Robert Highton.

Andy Moore is shown supported by Rob Howley and Scott Quinnell during the victory for Wales over France by 43 points to 35 in Paris during the Six Nations tournament of 2001.

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Print Number 4 : Rob Henderson

Former British and Irish Lions and Ireland centre.

The Print :

Rob Henderson

Rob Henderson supported by Jonny Wilkinson and Brian O'Driscoll during the British and Irish Lions Tour against Australia in 2001 by Robert Highton.

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Rob's signed prints are supporting :

SMA Trust

The SMA Trust is a UK registered charity working to fund medical research into Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA)

 

Print Number 5 : Caleb Ralph

Former New Zealand All Black Centre and Wing.

His signed art prints are supporting Maggie's Cancer Centres

The Print :

Caleb Ralph

Caleb Ralph receives the pass from Thinus Delport to score the winning try in the Xodus Steelers' victory over Christina Noble Foundation team in the International Veterans Tens Tournament in Dubai, 2012. After the final klaxon, and from a breakdown deep inside the Steelers' own half, Thinus Delport received the ball after some superb cross-field play by former England sevens player Howard Graham, then sidestepped Kingsley Jones just short of the half way, before setting up Caleb Ralph who at speed scored the winning try which was converted by Duncan Hodge making the final score 14 - 10.

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Also see print #10

 

Print Number 6 : Gordon Bulloch

 

Gordon Bulloch attained 75 caps for Scotland, the third highest for any player and the highest for a hooker.  He played in the 2003 Rugby World Cup and was made Scotland Captain in 2004.  He was also involved in the British and Irish Lions tour of 2001, with 2 appearances including 1 Test, and again on the tour of New Zealand in 2005, making 4 appearances including 1 Test.

The Print :

Gordon Bulloch

Scotland v France, Six Nations.

 

 

Print Number 7 :  Ian Gough

Former Wales international and Ospreys lock.

The Print :

Ian Gough

Ian Gough playing for Wales.

Ian Gough (born 10 November 1976) is a Welsh rugby union footballer, currently playing for the Ospreys in the Celtic League. His usual position is at lock. He has also played for the Welsh national team, winning no less than 64 caps, and making his debut against South Africa in 1998. He played in the 2006 Six Nations Championship, and the mid year series against Argentina. He also played within the Irish under-19 international team. He was named in the 35 man Wales national squad for the 2010 Six Nations tournament. Unfortunately Ian is unable to join us for the Dubai tournament this year, but will hopefully be able to play in next year's tournament

 

Print Number 8 : Junior Paramore

Former Samoa international with 29 caps, and played for New Zealand World Cup Sevens.

The Print :

Junior Paramore

Junior Paramore playing for Samoa.

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International Career 
2004 Barbarians - Centenary Tour to Portugal 
1991-2003 Samoa - 29 Caps
3 World Cup Campaigns 1991,1995,1999 
1993 with NZ to Hong Kong 7s
7s World Cup 
1991, 92, 94 with Samoa to Hong Kong 7s 

Club Career 
2005 Powergen Shield Winners 
2004-06 Bedford Rugby Club, UK - Player/Forwards coach 
2003 Powergen Cup Winners 
1999-2004 Gloucester RFC, UK - 97 Premiership Games 
1998 Division 1 Players' Player of the Year Award
Bedford Blues Promotion to Premiership 
1997 Club Player of the year Award 
1996-99 Bedford Rugby Club, UK - 105 Games 
1996 Castleford Rugby League - Super League, UKb 
1990-95 Counties RFU, NZ 
1990-95 Manurewa Rugby Club, NZ 
1987 Auckland U20s 
1987-89 East Tamaki Rugby Club, NZ 

Junior Paramore's Signed Prints are supporting :

Wessex Cancer Trust

Wessex Cancer Trust exists to provide local support for people living with or affected by cancer, irrespective of their age.

 

 

Print Number 9 : Jason White

Scotland international Captain and forward.

His signed art prints are supporting Maggie's Centres.

The Print : 

Jason White

Calcutta Cup 2006, Scotland 18 - England 12 by David Pentland.

As the final whistle blows, Scotland's captain Jason White raises his clenched fist in triumph.  Scotland won the Calcutta Cup match by beating England 18 - 12 at Murrayfield

Jason White captained Scotland to victory against England in 2006.  Scotland beat England 18-12 to win the Calcutta Cup at Murrayfield.  Chris Paterson won the day converting 5 penalties to Charlie Hodgson's 4 with Dan Parks adding a drop goal.

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Also see print #2

Print Number 10 : Caleb Ralph

Former New Zealand All Black Centre and Wing.

His signed art prints are supporting Maggie's Cancer Centres

The Print :

Caleb Ralph

In the Tri-Nations Series of 2002, New Zealand claimed victory thanks in no small part to this tight defeat of rivals Australia in Christchurch, where in a game with no tries, New Zealand won by 12 points to 6 thanks to 4 penalties from Andrew Mehrtens.  Despite losing a man to the sin-bin for the end of the game, the All Blacks held on despite the inevitable Australian pressure.  New Zealand Winger Caleb Ralph is shown in this closest of matches.

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Also see print #5

 

 

Print Number 11 :  Gavin Thomas

Former Wales International.

The Print :

Gavin Thomas

Gavin Michael Thomas won 24 caps for Wales, scoring four tries as a flanker. He played his club rugby for Tondu, Bridgend, Bath, the Ospreys, (15 appearances), the Scarlets (93 appearances) and the Newport Gwent Dragons (61 appearances). Thomas made his senior international debut for Wales on 10 June 2001 against Japan, and was capped on another six occasions that year. He then played in the 2002 Six Nations, as well as playing Tests against South Africa and Romania. He was capped six times in 2003, including the Six Nations. He played in two Tests against Argentina in June 2006. In May 2010, he was added to the Wales national rugby union team standby list for the summer matches and subsequently called into the full squad due to injury to Andy Powell. Thomas returned to the Wales starting lineup against New Zealand in Dunedin on 19 June 2010 after a four year absence. Thomas announced his retirement from rugby in June 2012.

 

Print Number 12 :  Duncan Bell

Former England International.

The Print :

Duncan Bell

Duncan Bell was first called up to the England squad in 1998 on the so-called "Tour of Hell" and was named on the bench to face Australia. In 2005, Bell played for England A against France A and was subsequently called up to the senior squad to compete in the Six Nations tournament of 2005, making his England debut against Italy and playing in the match against Scotland. He was also a member of the 2006 summer tour of Australia. Bell was selected for the 2009 Autumn Internationals, featuring in all three games against Australia, Argentina and New Zealand.

 

Print Number 13 :  Andy Craig

Former Scotland International.

The Print :

Andy Craig

Andrew (Andy) Craig (born 16 March 1976) is a Scottish rugby union footballer who plays at outside centre. He played for Glasgow, Leeds Tykes and Scotland. Craig previously represented Scotland at rugby league, playing for Wigan, Halifax, Widnes and Swinton. He switched to rugby union joining Orrell in 2000, before moving to Glasgow in the summer of 2004. He then moved to Leeds Tykes for the 2005/2006 season. Craig earned his first cap for Scotland on Saturday, 15 June 2002 against Canada in Vancouver. Craig was an important member of the Scotland team for the 2003 Six Nations Championship and in 2005 under the reign of the Matt Williams he was the starting outside centre. Although it was a disappointing season for Scotland (one win against Italy), Craig scored two tries, against England and Wales. Craig suffered a setback after picking up an injury during the 2005/6 season for Glasgow. He returned to action for a few games after his injury and subsequently scored a try in one of his games.

 

Print Number 14 :  Craig Smith

Former Scotland International.

The Print :

Craig Smith

Craig James Smith (born 30 August 1978) is a Scottish professional rugby union player. He spent nine seasons in Scotland with Edinburgh Rugby and also played for Racing Métro and Narbonne. Craig Smith played in all three Test matches on Scotland’s 2004 summer tour to Australia, all three autumn Test games in 2005, and came on as a replacement in every Scotland game in the 2006 RBS Six Nations Championship. Previously, he played in both Test matches on Scotland’s 2002 tour of North America. Before the tour he had played at loose-head prop in the non-cap match against the Barbarians, but he lined up on the right of the scrum when he started matches on the tour. He first appeared for the Scottish national side as a substitute in the non-cap game against the Barbarians in May 2001. He won his first Scotland A cap during the 2000–2001 season against Italy and has played 10 times at that level. He also played for the Stoke club in New Zealand’s South Island and was selected for Nelson Bays against Scotland during the national team’s 2000 summer tour. On his return to Scotland in 2000 he was contracted by Edinburgh. Craig has represented Scotland at all age-grade levels and was in the Scotland under-19 squad who beat England in 1997. The former pupil of Berwick County High School has also played for Scottish Students, Scotland Development XV and the Scottish Co-optimists. Before a stint with Melrose RFC, Craig played his club rugby at Berwick RFC.

 

 

Artists supporting this project

Robert Highton

Darren Baker

David Pentland

Sponsors of the Team  :

 

 

Sponsors of the Dubai 2015 Team

 

Sponsors of the Charity Sporting Prints Project

UIS Art

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www.uisart.co.uk

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www.military-art.com

Cranston Fine Arts - The Military Print Company

 

 

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