Kenny began his rugby career in his home town at Stirling County RFC. Having progressed through the ranks he made his senior debut at the tender age of 17 and went on to win the Scottish League Championship in 1995/1996.
It was only a matter of time before Kenny was selected for Scotland and his international debut came at the age of 20 in 1992 versus Australia. Kenny was the first Stirling County player to win a cap. He went on to win 70 caps (13 tries, 34 conversions, 29 penalties) before running out in a Scotland shirt for the last time in the 2003 World Cup, again against Australia.
Kenny Logan is a popular rugby figure. His charming and genuine character has attracted a large number of admirers in the rugby world. This admiration has more recently been transferred into the boardroom with Kenny developing into a sought after speaker and deft handler of a Q & A session.
When not chasing after his children at home, Kenny is a regular media commentator, boasting a number of endorsee and ambassadorial roles amongst his growing portfolio. In 2007 he was a popular contestant in the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing show.
September 2009 sees Kenny’s autobiography, ‘Just For Kicks’, hit the shelves. This entertaining read covers Kenny’s struggles in the classroom as a Wallace High school boy in Stirling, high octane living in London, the Strictly experience, his successful rugby career and settling into the role of a family man.