Eric Peters was a tough playing and determined rugby union professional who most often was found playing at number 8 at the back of the pack. He played both amateur and professionally and rose through the ranks to play for the national side at the very highest level. He was captain of rugby at his school as a youth, and later went on to Cambridge University, where he also became captain of rugby there too. Eric actually played for England at both Under 21 and Student level, but then decided to play for Scotland at the most senior level. Domestically, Peters had a fine career playing for sides like Bath and Harlequins and he also briefly joined Fylde and Rotherham before joining Connacht in 2002.A tall and imposing player who had to fight against a serious knee operation as well as battling against testicular cancer, Eric is a real fighter in every aspect of life and scored his most famous and best try in 1995 against Wales at Murrayfield.
After retiring from the game in 2003, Peters has become a Chartered Surveyor and Senior Associate at property consultants King Sturge, who also have their own rugby sevens side who he regularly turns out for. As such he has been pivotal in them winning the RICS tournament not once, but three years in a row. When asked he also commentates on rugby matches for the BBC radio station for BBC Radio 5 Live and is a proud backer of the Orchid cancer charity.
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