|Date of birth||23 February 1981|
|Place of birth||Pau, France|
|Height||1.77 m (5 ft 9 1⁄2 in)|
|Weight||78 kg (12 st 4 lb)|
|Rugby union career|
Thomas Sanchou (born 23 November 1981) is a French rugby union player. His position is Centre or Fly-half and he currently plays for Castres Olympique in the Top 14.He began his career with SC Albi, before moving to Castres Olympique in 2008.
Rugby union, commonly known in most of the world simply as rugby, is a contact team sport which originated in England in the first half of the 19th century. One of the two codes of rugby football, it is based on running with the ball in hand. In its most common form, a game is between two teams of 15 players using an oval-shaped ball on a rectangular field with H-shaped goalposts on each try line.
Castres Olympique is a French rugby union club located in the Occitanian city of Castres and is currently competing in the top level of the French league system.
The Top 14 is a professional rugby union club competition that is played in France created in 1892. The Top 14 is at the top of the national league system operated by the French National Rugby League, also known by its French initialism of LNR. There is promotion and relegation between the Top 14 and the next level down, the Rugby Pro D2. The fourteen best rugby teams in France participate in the competition, hence the name Top 14. The competition was previously known as the Top 16.
Stade Pierre-Fabre, formerly known as Stade Pierre-Antoine, is a multi-purpose stadium in Castres, France. It is currently used mostly for rugby union matches and is the home stadium of Castres Olympique. The stadium is able to hold 12,500 spectators, one of the smallest in Top 14.
Jeremy Davidson is a rugby union lock who played club rugby for Dungannon, Ulster, London Irish and Castres Olympique. At international level he represented Ireland with 32 caps and also represented the British and Irish Lions. He attended Methodist College Belfast.
Thierry Lacroix is a former French rugby union footballer. He won 43 caps playing at fly-half for the French rugby union side. He made his international test debut in Strasbourg at the age of 22 on 4 November 1989, coming on as a replacement for the injured Didier Camberabero against Australia. He was part of the winning side at the 1993 Five Nations Championship. He won his final cap for France on 22 November 1997 against South Africa. Lacroix played in the 1991 Rugby World Cup - a tournament in which the French team was beaten in the quarter final stage by the eventual losing finalist, England - and again in the 1995 Rugby World Cup in which he was the top points scorer with 112 points. France finished the 1995 tournament in 3rd place, defeating a fellow losing semi finalist, England, in the 3rd / 4th place playoff game.
Seremaia Baïkeinuku is a retired Fijian rugby union player who played most recently for Leicester Tigers in the Aviva Premiership, and represented Fiji at a National level. He plays at both Fly-half and Inside Centre.
Carl Henry Hoeft is a former rugby union footballer from New Zealand, currently working as coach.
Mauricio Horacio Reggiardo is a retired Argentine rugby union footballer. He played as a prop.
Rory Kockott is a rugby union player who plays for Castres in France's Top 14 and has played for the France national team. He was born in East London, South Africa, and qualified to play for France through residency; he won 11 caps for France in 2014 and 2015. A scrum-half, he previously played in Super Rugby for the Sharks and the Lions, and for the Golden Lions and the Sharks in South Africa's Currie Cup.
Richie Gray is a Scottish international rugby union player, who is signed to Toulouse.
Romain Teulet is a French rugby union player, who played for Top 14 team Castres Olympique.
Christophe Samson is a French rugby union player. His position is Lock and he currently plays for Castres Olympique in the Top 14. He began his career with La Rochelle in the Pro D2 before moving to home-town club Clermont Auvergne in 2007. He moved to Toulon in 2010. He made his international debut in June 2012 during France's 2012 tour of Argentina.
Romain Martial is a French rugby union player. His position is Wing and he currently plays for Castres Olympique in the Top 14. He began his career with RC Narbonne in the Pro D2, scoring 115 points in three seasons, before moving to Castres. He was the joint second top try scorer in the 2011–12 season, with 10 tries.
Thierry Lacrampe is a French rugby union player. His position is Scrum-half and he currently plays for Castres Olympique in the Top 14. He began his career with Tarbes in the Pro D2 before moving to Castres in 2011.
Matthias Rolland is a French rugby union player. His position is Lock and he currently plays for Castres Olympique in the Top 14. He began his career with Colomiers, moving to Montauban in 2006 and helping them gain promotion to the Top 14 before moving to Castres Olympique in 2009.
Paul Bonnefond is a French rugby union player. His position is wing and he currently plays for Castres Olympique in the Top 14. He began his career with Castres before moving to US Oyonnax for a season. He returned to Castres Olympique in 2011.
Mathieu Bonello is a French rugby union player. His position is hooker and he currently plays for Castres Olympique in the Top 14. He began his career with UA Gaillac, before moving to Castres Olympique in 2007.
The 1992-93 French Rugby Union Championship was won by Castres who beat Grenoble 14-11 in the final, in a match decided by an irregular try accorded by the referee.
Mihăiţă Lazăr, commonly known as Mihai Lazăr, is a Romanian rugby union player who plays as a prop for Top 14 club Castres Olympique and the Romania national team.
Ramiro Herrera is an Argentine rugby union footballer who plays as a prop for Jaguares in Super Rugby.
Laurent Labit is a retired French rugby union footballer, and a coach at Top 14 club Racing 92.
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