Player Sponsor
Gordon Ross
is sponsored by
Paul & Cathy Davies
Total London Welsh Appearances
CAREER Apps Tries Pts
League 104  620 
Cup 54 
Friendly 10  49 
Total 123 3 723
SEASON Apps Tries Pts
League 13  116 
Cup
Friendly 26 
Total 17 0 149
Biography
Gordon enjoyed an excellent season last year on his return to the Premiership, scoring 214 points in 24 appearances. That took his total points tally for the Exiles to 574 in 106 games.

Although still registered as a player, the former Scotland international will take a back seat this season as he concentrates on his role as assistant coach to Justin Burnell.

Gordon went to George Heriotts School and started his senior career with Herriotts before joining Edinburgh when Scotland opted for regional rugby in 2000.

In 2002 he moved to Leeds and stayed until 2006 and was Man of the Match when they won the Powergen Cup in 2005 beating Bath 20-12.

In 2006 he joined Castres for one season before moving on to Saracens, where he played for two seasons before joining London Welsh in 2009.

In his debut season at Welsh he scored 30 points in 26 appearances, and helped the club reach the Championship semi-finals, where they lost to Bristol.

Gordon endured an injury disrupted 2010/11 campaign, picking up a groin injury in the win over Bristol at Old Deer Park in October. He returned in January against the Ulster Ravens and helped Welsh reach a second consecutive Championship semi-final. He made 23 appearances, scoring 212 points, including a late match winning penalty to beat Bedford.

Gordon made 31 appearances during the 2011/12 season and racked up 110 points in the Championship, including a 16-point haul as Welsh beat his former club Leeds at Headingley on the opening weekend of the season.

His penalty with the last kick of the game gave Welsh an 18-16 win over London Scottish at Old Deer Park, while he landed a crucial drop goal in the first leg of the Championship final against the Cornish Pirates at Menneye Field.

He won the first of his 25 caps for Scotland in 2001 against Tonga, scoring a record debut 23 points and went on the summer tour to North America where he played in all three midweek victories and was joint top points scorer with 36 points.

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