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Matt Mullan

England international Matt Mullan is one of the country’s most promising and talented front-row forwards and has become a key member of the pack at Worcester Warriors, making his one hundreth appearance for the club against Femi-CZ VEA Rovigo in October 2012.

A product of the Warriors Academy, Mullan first came to prominence in the 2007/08 season with 25 appearances for Worcester in all competitions, followed by 24 matches in 2008/09. His senior debut had previously come in December 2005 against Newport Gwent Dragons in the Powergen Cup.

Mullan’s league debut arrived against London Irish in December 2007 and his two tries in top-flight competition were against London Wasps in April 2008 and Leicester Tigers the following September.

The talented prop - who represented the England Under-20s during the 2007 Six Nations campaign - has regularly led league statistics for tackles made and yards covered by a prop and his impressive pace for a front row forward was shown in devastating fashion when he produced a memorable try-saving tackle on James Hook in the EDF Energy Cup in 2008.

Mullan’s outstanding development, work-rate and ball-carrying skills, alongside his excellent scrummaging ability, have been acknowledged with awards at Sixways. He jointly collected the Young Player of the Year prize for 2007/08 and then took the Most Improved Player at the end of the 2008/09 season.

The high-esteem in which Warriors hold Mullan was replicated by his second call-up to the England Saxons’ squad in July 2009. He had been called-up for training in January, but missed the match against Portugal through a rearranged league game, and was later denied a debut against Ireland A at Donnybrook when the match was cancelled because of frost.

Mullan earned impressive reviews from a host of former England players and pundits during the 2009/10 season and he later replaced the injured Andrew Sheridan in the Senior squad for the 2010 Six Nations Championship. He made his senior international debut as a replacement for Tim Payne against Italy in Rome in February 2010.

A shoulder injury ruled Mullan out of the start of the 2010/11 season. However he returned to full fitness to play his part as the club's top-flight status was secured.

Mullan was rewarded for his comeback in the summer of 2011 when he was named in the England Saxons squad for the Churchill Cup taking place on home soil.

He has proved to be a key player for Warriors yet again this season and was called-up to train with the England squad before the autumn internationals in November 2012.

In January 2013 it was announced that Mullan will be joining London Wasps ahead of the 2013/14 campaign.

Date Opposition Tries Conv DG Pen YC RC Pts Mins
01/09/2012
Bath Rugby







80
08/09/2012
Leicester Tigers







66
15/09/2012
Gloucester Rugby







64
22/09/2012
Northampton Saints







61
28/09/2012
London Irish







80
07/10/2012
London Wasps







75
20/10/2012
Femi-CZ VEA Rovigo







40
26/10/2012
Sale Sharks







80
03/11/2012
Exeter Chiefs







28
04/01/2013
Leicester Tigers







25
12/01/2013
Femi-CZ VEA Rovigo







59
19/01/2013
Bizkaia Gernika RT







50
09/02/2013
Bath Rugby







67
16/02/2013
Northampton Saints







80
22/02/2013
Gloucester Rugby







80
01/03/2013
London Wasps







80
23/03/2013
London Irish







68
30/03/2013
Exeter Chiefs








14/04/2013
Saracens







75
20/04/2013
Harlequins








04/05/2013
London Welsh







80
Total Played 21 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1238
CompetitionTeamPlayedTriesConvDGPenYCRCPts
2012-2013 - Amlin Challenge Cup
Worcester Warriors
2 +1







2012-2013 - AVIVA Premiership Rugby
Worcester Warriors
16 +2







2012-2013 Total

18 +3







2011-2012 - Amlin Challenge Cup
Worcester Warriors
2







2011-2012 - AVIVA Premiership Rugby
Worcester Warriors
20







2011-2012 Total

22







2010-2011 - British and Irish Cup
Worcester Warriors
2







2010-2011 - The Championship
Worcester Warriors
3







2010-2011 Total

5







2009-2010 - Amlin Challenge Cup
Worcester Warriors
3







2009-2010 - Guinness Premiership
Worcester Warriors
5 +5







2009-2010 - LV= Cup
Worcester Warriors
0 +1







2009-2010 Total

8 +6







2008-2009 - Challenge Cup
Worcester Warriors
4







2008-2009 - EDF Energy Cup
Worcester Warriors
2







2008-2009 - Guinness Premiership
Worcester Warriors
17 +1
1





5
2008-2009 Total

23 +1
1





5
2007-2008 - Challenge Cup
Worcester Warriors
3 +6
3





15
2007-2008 - EDF Energy Cup
Worcester Warriors
1







2007-2008 - Guinness Premiership
Worcester Warriors
4 +11
1





5
2007-2008 Total

8 +17
4





20
2006-2007 - Challenge Cup
Worcester Warriors
0 +1







2006-2007 Total

0 +1







2005-2006 - Powergen Cup
Worcester Warriors
1







2005-2006 Total

1







Total - Amlin Challenge Cup

14 +8
3





15
Total - AVIVA Premiership Rugby

62 +19
2





10
Total - British and Irish Cup

2







Total - The Championship

3







Total - LV= Cup

4 +1







Total

85 +28
5
0
0
0
0
0
25
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