George Chuter announces retirement from rugby

George Chuter

Leicester Tigers hooker George Chuter has announced his retirement from professional rugby with immediate effect.

The first man to make 250 appearances in Premiership Rugby action and a Rugby World Cup Finalist with England in 2007, Chuter has played 292 first-team games in 13 seasons with Leicester Tigers.

He has played in seven Premiership Finals at Twickenham, a record he shares with former Tigers club captain Geordan Murphy, has been a part of a Leicester squad which reached four European Cup Finals and won 24 caps for England. Chuter also won a Knockout Cup with first club Saracens as a 21-year-old.

“I’ve not really been able to sit back and reflect until now,


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