Tom Curry (rugby union)
|Birth name||Thomas Michael Curry|
|Date of birth||15 June 1998|
|Place of birth||Hounslow, England|
|Height||1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|Weight||109 kg (17 st 2 lb; 240 lb)|
|School||Bishop Heber High School|
|Notable relative(s)||Ben Curry|
|Rugby union career|
Played for Crewe & Nantwich in the early stages of his amateur career. Curry made his professional debut against Scarlets on 15 October 2016 in the European Champions Cup, becoming the fourth-youngest English player and youngest Sale Sharks player to have played in the competition. He scored on his Aviva Premiership debut on 30 October 2016, becoming the third-youngest scorer in the competition. At the end of the 2016-17 season, he was named a joint recipient of Sale Sharks' Young Player of the Season award, sharing the award with his brother Ben.
Curry was named in the England U20 squad for the 2016/17 season on 14 October 2016, having previously represented England U18. Curry was part of the England U20 squad that won a Grand Slam in the 2017 Six Nations Under 20 Championship.
He was called up to the senior England squad by Eddie Jones for their 2017 summer tour of Argentina. In his first England appearance against the Barbarians on 28 May 2017 he was named Man of the Match. The match against the Barbarians was a 'non-test' fixture, so he did not receive an official cap. Curry made his first capped appearance for England at flanker in the first test against Argentina in June 2017. He became the youngest player to start at flanker for England, and the youngest England forward since 1912.
Curry was named in England's 2019 Six Nations Squad and started at No 7 in all of England's games. He scored tries in the matches against Wales and Scotland.
- As of 22 September 2019 
|1||Wales||Cardiff, Wales||Millennium Stadium||2019 Six Nations||23 February 2019||Loss||13 – 21|
|2||Scotland||London, England||Twickenham Stadium||2019 Six Nations||16 March 2019||Draw||38 – 38|
|3||Ireland||London, England||Twickenham Stadium||2019 Rugby World Cup warm-up||24 August 2019||Win||57 – 15|
Curry is the twin brother of Sale Sharks flanker Ben Curry, nephew of former England hooker John Olver and cousin of Northampton Saints fly-half Sam Olver. John Olver also taught at Oundle School, where Curry was educated for sixth form (age 16-18).
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