George Chuter

George Chuter
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Full nameGeorge Scala Chuter
Date of birth(1976-07-09) 9 July 1976 (age 41)
Place of birthGreenwich, London, England
Height1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Weight98 kg (15 st 6 lb)
SchoolTrinity School of John Whitgift
UniversityWest London Institute
Rugby union career
Current teamLeicester Tigers
Youth Career
Old Mid-Whitgiftians
Senior career
2000 - 2014
Leicester Tigers
National team(s)
2006 - 2014England24(5)
Correct as of 10 July 2014


George Scala Chuter (given birth to 9 July 1976 in Greenwich, London) can be an British rugby union former mate participant who played in Hooker for Leicester Tigers.

Chuter was created in Greenwich. He initial started playing being a 12-year-old, when he visited Trinity College of John Whitgift in the London Borough of Croydon. He quickly set up himself at hooker. He continued to try out his membership rugby for Aged Mid-Whitgiftians and obtained representative honours for the London Department U18 side.

Club career

He was invited to trial for Saracens F.C. at age 19, where he performed for five years.Chuter took a season off and made a decision to travel in the U.S. and Australia; he is at Sydney for the 2000 Olympic Video games. On coming back he agreed upon for Leicester Tigers in Dec 2000. Following the departure of Richard Cockerill in the summertime of 2002, he competed with Dorian Western world as initial choice hooker.In the 2006–07 season, Chuter performed in the ultimate from the Guinness Premiership and Heineken Cup.Chuter were only available in the final from the 2008–09 Guinness Premiership and 2008–09 Heineken Glass. Chuter were only available in the final from the 2009–10 Guinness Premiership.

International career

In 1994–95 Chuter received his 1st cap for Britain Colts against Scotland and in addition continued that year’s summer time tour to Canada. In 1998 he produced a try-scoring debut for Britain A against France A at Trips, and in the same 12 months continued the senior Britain 'tour to hell' against Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, offering in the uncapped match at Invercargill against New Zealand Academy.In 2003 he was back the Britain reckoning, and in 2004 was an associate of the Britain A squad in the 2004 Churchill Glass in Canada. He was after that chosen for the Top notch Participant Squad but another citing in Oct led to his missing the chance to be a part of the November Assessments. Chuter produced his debut against Australia during England's 2006 Tour of Australia.Sporting a complete beard, he presented in the 2007 World Glass squad, dealing with Tag Regan for the role of first-choice hooker. Chuter was a utilized alternative in the 2007 Rugby Globe Cup Final.