- 2011 Julian White Player Statistics
2011 Julian White
Julian White was born in Plymouth, England on 14th May 1973. He began playing rugby at an early age and played mini and junior rugby for Salcombe and played in the same senior side as his father, a former Plymouth Albion player.
Julian enjoyed a spell in New Zealand with Hawke's Bay and Canterbury Crusaders. He made his debut for Hawke's Bay in August 1996 and appeared in the NZ Provincial Championship. He made his only Super 12 appearance as a replacement for the Crusaders against Natal in Christchurch in April 1997.
In 1998, Julian returned to the UK to play for Bridgend before moving to Saracens in 1999. He quickly made his Premiership debut in the 2823 defeat of London Irish at Vicarage Road, Watford on the opening weekend of the season.
In 2000, Julian made his England debut against South Africa on England's Summer tour there. He appeared in his first Twickenham Test against Argentina in November 2001, playing until half time when he was replaced by Phil Vickery.
He toured North America in the summer of 2001, forming a solid front row with Graham Rowntree and Dorian West.
At the beginning of 2002 Julian joined Bristol Shoguns where he stayed until 2003.
In 2003 he joined Leicester Tigers and made his debut against Bath in November that year. He passed 100 starts for the club in 2008-09 and scored a try against former club Bristol in the 73-3 win at the Walkers Stadium.
In 2009 Julian was recalled to the England set-up, he made his 50th Test appearance in the first summer Test against Argentina before being named in EPS set-up for 2009-10.
He made his first-ever appearance for the Barbarians in May 2010, playing against England.
|Name||Height||Weight||Position||Birth Place||Birth Date|
|Julian White||185 cm||118 Kg||Prop||Plymouth||1973-05-14|
|Date||Opponent||Result||Min||Pts||Tries||Conv.||Penalty Gls||Drop Gls|
11 - 19
29 - 11
|17-12-2011||ASM Clermont Auvergne||
23 - 19
32 - 13
18 - 27
27 - 26