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Nathan Amos (Hebrew: נתן עמוס‎‎; born August 11, 1979) is an international rugby union player for Israel. Amos is one of the only Israeli rugby players that played his trade abroad.

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Northern Ireland

Amos played for Rainey Old Boys Rugby Club in Northern Ireland from 2002 to 2011.

Germany

He moved to play in the Rugby-Bundesliga for TV Pforzheim in the start of the 2011–12 season where Pforzheim finished as runners up.

In January 2013 he returned to Israel to play for ASA Tel Aviv Rugby Club with them he won the Israeli championship in 2015 and 2016.

International

In 2005, Amos scored the winning try for Israel against the United Kingdom at the Maccabiah Games to secure the bronze medal. Amos was a critical part of Israel's promotion from the European Division 3C to 3B in 2009.

Personal life

Nathan's younger brother, Danny, is a professional football player in Israel.

References

Nathan Amos Wikipedia


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