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Greig Oliver (born 12 September 1964) is a rugby union player development officer and formerly played as a scrum-half. He made three appearances for the Scotland national rugby union team. He is the assistant coach of Ireland's under-20 squad.

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Oliver was born in Hawick.

Playing career

Oliver made his international debut at the 1987 Rugby World Cup against Zimbabwe at Wellington. His final international appearance was against Zimbabwe at Murrayfield in the 1991 Rugby World Cup.

Coaching

He was the director of rugby at Garryowen.

He became an elite player development officer at Munster Rugby, and the assistant coach of the Ireland national under-20 rugby union team.

References

Greig Oliver Wikipedia


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