#1. Stuart Hooper (Saracens, Leeds Carnegie, Bath) – 232
Previously a player for Saracens and Leeds Carnegie, Hooper joined Bath in the 2008/2009 season.
Captain of the team in his last five years at the Club, Hooper retired in April 2016 and took up the new role of Performance and Player Development Director – a role which includes supporting the coaching staff in developing player skills and running the Performance aspects of the Rugby department.
In June 2005 Hooper was called up for England Saxons against France and was part of their Churchill Cup success in Canada. Hooper also captained the 2009 Saxons side in the Churchill Cup, where England were beaten by Ireland in the final.
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