Los Angeles Giltinis will have Scotland international Adam Ashe back for the 2022 Major League Rugby season. The 28-year-old No.8/flanker is 6’4″ and 240 lbs.
Adam played 867 minutes in 13 matches, starting 12, and scored 2 tries for the Giltinis in 2021.
Adam was born in Livingston, Scotland, and attended Alva Academy from 206-2012. In 2010 he played for Scotland U17s at the Wellington International Festival and went to Valladolid, Spain as part of a development training squad. He progressed to the U18s the following year at the European Uner-18 Rugby Union Championship, and in 2013 made ten appearances for the U20s at the Six Nations U20s and then at the IRB Junior World Championships.
On 3 April 2014, Ashe was named the recipient of the John McPhail scholarship in 2014, however, he was called up to Scotland’s National Team and made his debut against South Africa at Port Elizabeth, Jun 28, 2014, as a starter at No.8. He has 6 caps, starting 5 matches, with his last test on Aug 22, 2015, at Torino against Italy.
He played rugby for Hillfoots RFC, and for Stirling County in the Scottish Premiership. Between 2011-2020, he made 73 appearances for the Glasgow Warriors in PRO 14 Rugby.