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Name  Matt Mullan
Height  1.83 m

Weight  112 kg
Education  Bromsgrove School
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Matthew James Mullan (born 23 February 1987) is an English rugby union player playing for and co-captaining Premiership side Wasps. He is a loosehead prop but can also play at hooker.

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Club career

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Born in Brighton and educated at Bromsgrove School, Mullan made his Worcester Warriors debut against the Newport Gwent Dragons in the Anglo-Welsh Cup. He was on the losing side in the final of the 2007–08 European Challenge Cup. In November 2009, Mullan signed a new two-year contract.

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In January 2013 he agreed to join Wasps for the 2013–14 season.

International career

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Mullan represented the England under-20s during their 2007 Six Nations campaign. and was selected for the England Saxons against Ireland A in April 2009, though the game was cancelled due to poor weather conditions.

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Mullan did not tour in the summer of 2009 due to a shoulder injury, whilst a torn hamstring thwarted a possible Senior debut in the 2009 Autumn Internationals.

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Mullan replaced the injured Andrew Sheridan in the senior squad for the 2010 Six Nations Championship, and made his senior international debut as a replacement for Tim Payne against Italy in Rome on 14 February 2010.

Mullan was called up to Eddie Jones' first squad for the 2016 Six Nations Championship in January 2016.

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