Thursday March 1, 2012
He's Scotland's most capped rugby player (109 times, in fact), the only Scot to play in four world cup finals, and over his twelve year career he has amassed a very impressive 809 points for his country. Recently his talents and contributions have been recognised with a MBE, so you might expect his ego to need a separate introduction. Not so; he is a very modest, polite and generous man. As far as team Macsween are concerned, however, Chris' defining career moment was scoring a goal with a 10-portion Macsween haggis at Murrayfield - perfect first time of course! So, I wondered what life is like for Chris off the 6 Nations pitch?