Stuart Hogg, the former Scotland captain and British and Irish Lions full-back, has announced that he will retire from all rugby after the World Cup. Hogg, 30, had an option to extend his contract with Exeter Chiefs for a further season following the 2022-23 campaign, but has opted to hang up his boots. A Gallagher Premiership and Champions Cup winner with Exeter in 2020, Hogg has won 100 caps for Scotland and is his country's record try scorer with 27. In a post on social media Hogg said: "As a
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One of only four players to have reached 100 caps for Scotland, Stuart Hogg is calling time on his career later this year.
Hogg, who turns 31 in June, will play out the rest of the season with Exeter before hanging up his boots after the international showpiece in France.