Kenny Logan is a former Scotland Rugby International.
Kenny made his international debut at the age of 20 in 1992 against Australia.
He went on to win 70 caps (13 tries) before running out in a Scotland shirt for the last time in the 2003 World Cup, again against Australia.
Starting his rugby career at Stirling County, the town of his birth, he progressed through the ranks making his senior debut at the age of 17 winning the Scottish League Championship in 1995/1996 before heading to London Wasps.
Kenny contributed significantly to what was a very successful time for the London club winning two league titles, two Tetley’s Bitter Cups and the Parker Pen Challenge Cup in 2002/03.
On the international stage he competed in three World Cups, and was a key man Scotland’s success in the then 5 Nations Championship in 1999.
A strong and powerful runner, Kenny regularly crossed the line for club and country, in addition to amassing points through his goal kicking.
Ahead of hanging up his boots, Kenny Logan returned to Scotland to turn out for the Glasgow Warriors for a season.
Kenny Logan is a popular rugby figure. Very personable, relating well to the boardroom equally as well as he does to fans in the stand, he is a rare breed.
Kenny and his wife Gabby took part in the fifth series of the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing.