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Scott Barrow is a former rugby union player and now coach. He was born on 28 June, 1980 in St Helens, United Kingdom. He is 40 years old. Barrow began his rugby career at the age of 16, playing for St Helens RFC. He then moved to the Sale Sharks, where he played for two seasons. He then moved to the Worcester Warriors, where he played for three seasons. Barrow has represented England at the Under-21 level and was part of the England Sevens squad. He has also represented the Barbarians. Barrow retired from playing in 2011 and has since become a coach. He is currently the head coach of the England Under-20s team. Barrow is married and has two children. His net worth is estimated to be around $1 million.
|43 years old
|28 June, 1980
|St Helens, Merseyside, England
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Scott Barrow Height, Weight & Measurements
At 43 years old, Scott Barrow height is 1.82m and Weight 90 kg.
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|$1 Million - $5 Million
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Barrow was with Leeds for four years till 2012. He helped Leeds stay in the Premiership in 2010 but the next year they were relegated; one of Barrow's worst moments. He then signed for Fylde Rugby Club till 2014.
He has moved into coaching with King's School, Macclesfield from 2012 and also with Sandbach RUFC from 2014.
After 4 years in Scotland Barrow exceeded the residence requirements to play for Scotland. He was called up to the Scotland A squad for the Churchill Cup in 2008. A delighted Barrow said: "I'm really made up about being in the Scotland A squad. I qualified for Scotland around August last year and I thought if I could get a few starts for Glasgow and play well I might get a chance in the A squad or Test squad."
He joined Leeds Carnegie in 2008 but this move heartbreakingly scuppered his Scotland A selection. He had just sold his house in Scotland to Warriors teammate Bernardo Stortoni and was staying in rented accommodation with Graeme Morrison in Scotland while sorting out his move south and awaiting on his Scotland A cap. However World Rugby did not accept his Scottish rented address and he thus failed on residence requirements to qualify for Scotland! Barrow stated: If I'd known about this ruling I wouldn't have sold Bernie my home until after I'd toured. But it's not to be. My hopes of playing for Scotland are dead and buried now."
In 2004, Barrow left Orrell to join Rotherham but unfortunately at the time due to the club's finances he had to look elsewhere to try and secure professional rugby.
He was part of the winning St. Helens squad in the 2000 Super League Grand Final although he did not play in the match.
Scott then switched code to play rugby union. In 2000, he signed with Worcester Warriors then playing in National League Division One.
Barrow first joined amateur rugby league side Blackbrook A.R.L.F.C. and then in 1997 he joined professional side St. Helens. He captained the Great Britain Under 19 side.
Scott Barrow (born 28 June 1980 in St. Helens, England) is a former rugby union player and now coach. He played for Glasgow Warriors and Leeds Carnegie at the Centre position. Barrow previously also played rugby league for St.Helens and Great Britain Under 19s.