Jamie Bhatti

Jamie Bhatti (born 8 September 1993 in Stirling) is a Scottish international rugby union footballer who currently plays as a loose head prop for Edinburgh Rugby.[1]

Jamie Bhatti
Date of birth (1993-09-08) 8 September 1993
Place of birthStirling, Scotland
Height1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)
Weight120 kg (18 st 13 lb; 265 lb)
SchoolAlva Academy
UniversityTelford College
Occupation(s)Professional Rugby Player
Rugby union career
Position(s) Loosehead Prop
Amateur team(s)
Years Team Apps (Points)

Stirling County
Senior career
Years Team Apps (Points)
Glasgow Warriors
Edinburgh Rugby
Correct as of 26 October 2019
National team(s)
Years Team Apps (Points)
Scotland U20
Correct as of 26 October 2019


Bhatti was born in Stirling on 8 September 1993. His surname is of Indian origin; his paternal grandfather emigrated to Scotland from Ludhiana in the 1960s.[2] As a teenager he worked in an abattoir and as a nightclub door steward and applied unsuccessfully to become a police officer before turning professional in rugby.[2]

Rugby union career

Amateur career

Bhatti started his youth rugby with Hillfoot Minis before moving on to Stirling County where he came through the age grades of midi and colts before playing for the senior side.[3] He then moved to play for Melrose.[3] He has played for the Caledonia district at Under 17, Under 18 and Under 19 age grades.[3] When not playing for Glasgow Warriors, Bhatti plays for Melrose RFC.[4]

Bhatti has been drafted to Ayr in the Scottish Premiership for the 2018-19 season.[5]

Professional career

Bhatti was awarded a place in the Scottish Rugby Academy for season 2016-17. He is a Stage 3 player for Glasgow and the West regional academy.[6]

Bhatti made his debut for Glasgow Warriors on 30 August 2016. He played at Bridgehaugh Park for the Warriors against Canada 'A'.[7]

Bhatti was selected for Scotland's 2018-19 Summer Tour to Canada, America and Argentina.

International career

He has represented Scotland at Under 17, Under 18 and Under 19 age grades.[3] He was later capped for Scotland Club XV.[8] Bhatti received his first call up to the senior Scotland squad by coach Gregor Townsend in October 2017 for the Autumn Internationals,[9] appearing as a replacement in all three tests[2][10][11] including a historic win over Australia.[12]


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