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Pablo Bouza

Pablo Bouza is a rugby union player and former rugby league player who has so far won 38 caps playing at No 8, flanker or lock for the Argentine rugby union side. He currently plays club rugby in England with Leeds Carnegie (formerly Leeds Tykes), who played the 2007-08 season in the top-level Guinness Premiership after winning the National Division One title in 2006-07.

He made his international test debut at the age of 26 on 8 June 1996 against Uruguay in an 37-18 victory. He missed out on selection for the 1999 Rugby World Cup, but when selected for the 2003 Rugby World Cup he scored four tries in two games and was the only forward in the top ten try scorers. Bouza has so far scored nine test tries in his 38 appearances for Argentina.

Director of Rugby Stuart Lancaster said at the time: "Pablo is a vastly experienced international second row who will be a great addition to our squad for next season. I have spoken to Dean Richards, his coach last season, regarding his qualities and he has nothing but praise for him both for his ability and his attitude to the game. He will give us good strength in the second row and I am looking forward to having him in our group."

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