Steven Turnbull (rugby union)
|Birth name||Steven Turnbull|
|Date of birth||10 April 1987|
|Height||6 ft 7 in (2.01 m)|
|Weight||119 kg (262 lb)|
|School||Dunblane High School|
|Rugby union career|
Turnbull played for Caledonia under-16 and under-18 and Scotland under-18A and under-18. He also represented his country at basketball in the under-16 and under-18 groups. He was named Scotland Under-19 Player of the Year at the Scottish Rugby Awards Dinner in May 2006. Injury prevented his participation in other shadow Six Nations matches until the final game against France in March 2007.
He joined Edinburgh as a full-time professional during the summer of 2008 after graduating from the National Academy. He made his debut two years previously as a replacement in the draw with Connacht in the Celtic League match in Galway in September, and his first start followed two months later against Cardiff Blues at Murrayfield.
Turnbull formed a lock partnership with Richie Vernon in Scotland's four under-19 internationals in season 2005–06, before going on to play in four matches in the age group's world championship in Dubai. He added to his international honours by playing in the under-20 match against England at Bath in February 2007.
On 20 June 2013 he announced his retirement from rugby following a knee injury.
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