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?
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