Barry Everitt (rugby union)
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Barry "The Boot" Everitt (born 9 March 1976 in Nenagh, Ireland) is a former rugby union footballer, who played at fly-half for Munster, Leinster, London Irish and Northampton Saints. He started in the 2002 Powergen Cup Final at Twickenham, scoring five conversions and a penalty as London Irish defeated the Northampton Saints.
Everitt was called up to the senior Ireland squad for a Test against Samoa in November 2001. He won three trophies in his time at Northampton; the RFU Championship in 2008, the European Rugby Challenge Cup in 2009 and the Anglo-Welsh Cup in 2010. Everitt holds the record for the most individual points scored in a Premiership Season, having scored 343 points for London Irish in the 2001/02 season.
Everitt played for the Barbarians in June 2002 against Scotland in Murrayfield.
Retiring from rugby in July 2010, Everitt was appointed Director of Sport at Cranmore , an independent day school for boys and girls in West Horsley, Surrey. He is now Deputy Head and holds a master's degree in Education and a bachelor's degree in Sport Science. In September 2020, Everitt will become Headmaster.
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- "Premiership Most Points". espnscrum.com. Retrieved 21 September 2018.
- "Player Archive - B. G. Everitt". barbarianfc.co.uk. Retrieved 21 September 2018.
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