Ally Miller rugby player
Ally Miller rugby player

Ally Miller

10th May 1996 1.93m/103kg Blindside Flanker

Ally Miller is a Scottish rugby union player who currently represents Glasgow Warriors in the United Rugby Championship. He previously played for Edinburgh Rugby in the Pro14 and London Scottish in the RFU Championship. Miller is a versatile back-row player known for his dynamic style of play.

Miller's rugby journey began at a young age, playing mini rugby with Preston Lodge and Musselburgh. He then moved on to join Melrose in the Scottish Premiership, where he continued to develop his skills.

In the 2016-2017 season, Miller signed with London Scottish, making his mark with the club. He was recognized for his outstanding performances and was awarded the Sir Tommy Macpherson Quaich from the Friends of Scottish Rugby for that season.

The following season, Miller made a move to Edinburgh, joining the Pro14 team. He made his debut for Edinburgh on 2 November 2018, showcasing his abilities at the professional level.

In 2021, Miller made another significant transfer, signing with Glasgow Warriors. Excited about the move, he expressed his enthusiasm for playing in front of the Warrior Nation and embracing the fast-paced style of play at Glasgow. Miller's attacking prowess and his desire to work on his defense make him a valuable asset to the team. He made his competitive debut for Glasgow Warriors on 2 October 2021 against the Sharks, earning the Glasgow Warrior No. 335.

In addition to his club career, Miller has also represented Scotland on the international stage. He made his debut for Scotland 7s in the 2017 World Series, participating in the legs at Las Vegas and Vancouver.

With his versatility, dynamic playing style, and commitment to continuous improvement, Ally Miller contributes to the strength and depth of Glasgow Warriors' back-row options. His ability to make an impact in both attack and defense makes him a valuable asset to his team.



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2021 - present
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2016 - 2020
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2017 - 2021
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2017 - 2022
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