Wing/full-back. Born 3.4.72 in Stirling.
6ft 1in, 14st 7lb. 57 Caps
Kenneth McKerrow Logan returned to Scotland duty when he was introduced as a second-half substitute against Ireland in March 2002, the pattern recurring against France three weeks later.
He was then named in the starting line-up for the final 2002 Championship match against Wales.
In 2001 he became the 13th Scot to reach the landmark of 50 caps for his country when he played against France. During the match his two penalties also saw him top the 200 points mark for his country.
Logan scored his first try in Five/Six Nations matches when he touched down against Ireland in February 2000.
Earlier in the season he became the seventh Scot to pass the 100-point mark in international rugby. In season 1998-99 he took on the Scotland goal-kicking duties for the first time in the 33-20 victory against Wales, landing 10 points after Duncan Hodge had left the field injured.
Earlier that season he notched five tries in the (non-cap) RWC qualifying match against Spain, having achieved a brace of tries in the preceding match against Portugal.
He joined Wasps from Stirling County in 1996. He was something of a talisman from the outset, bagging five tries against Orrell in his second match.
A former pupil of Wallace High School in Stirling, Logan turned down trials as a football goalkeeper with Dundee United and Heart of Midlothian and went on to play for Scotland at rugby at every youth level.
And being the partner of TV football presenter Gabby Logan, he may well be the luckiest man alive!