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Dan Norton (born 22 March 1988) is a rugby union player for the England rugby sevens national team. He is the leading all-time try scorer in rugby sevens history with 338, beating the previous record of 244 held by Kenya's Collins Injera at the 2017 Hong Kong Sevens tournament. A product of Hartpury College. He played most his career as a winger.Norton was part of the Gloucester academy and dual registered with Moseley for both the 2007/08 and 2008/09 seasons. Moving on to Bristol Bears (Previously Bristol Rugby) from the 2009/10 and 2010/11 seasons.

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  • Dan Norton (born 22 March 1988) is a rugby union player for the England rugby sevens national team. He is the leading all-time try scorer in rugby sevens history with 338, beating the previous record of 244 held by Kenya's Collins Injera at the 2017 Hong Kong Sevens tournament. A product of Hartpury College. He played most his career as a winger.Norton was part of the Gloucester academy and dual registered with Moseley for both the 2007/08 and 2008/09 seasons. Moving on to Bristol Bears (Previously Bristol Rugby) from the 2009/10 and 2010/11 seasons.
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  • Dan Norton (born 22 March 1988) is a rugby union player for the England rugby sevens national team. He is the leading all-time try scorer in rugby sevens history with 338, beating the previous record of 244 held by Kenya's Collins Injera at the 2017 Hong Kong Sevens tournament. A product of Hartpury College. He played most his career as a winger.Norton was part of the Gloucester academy and dual registered with Moseley for both the 2007/08 and 2008/09 seasons. Moving on to Bristol Bears (Previously Bristol Rugby) from the 2009/10 and 2010/11 seasons. He competed at the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics where he scored a try in the final, but was unable to prevent a 43-7 drubbing by Fiji. He helped the Team England rugby sevens team secured bronze at the Commonwealth Games in the Gold Coast in April 2018 with a 21-14 win over South Africa and the same side that won silver at the Rugby World Cup Sevens in San Francisco 2018.
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