- Matt Smith (rugby union)
Matt Smith Full name Matthew Smith Date of birth 15 November 1985 Place of birth Leicester, England Height 1.93 m (6 ft 4 in) Weight 98 kg (15 st 6 lb)  Nickname Doctor Who School Oakham School Rugby union career Playing career Position Utility back Professional / senior clubs Years Club / team Caps (points) 2006 ‐ Leicester Tigers 34 (25) National team(s) Years Club / team Caps (points) 2009 England Saxons 1 (5)
Smith made his Tigers début against the Barbarians in March 2006 and, by the close of the 2006/07 season, had played on a further three occasions for the first team. Smith has been a regular member of Tigers’ successful Development XV over the past two seasons, where his versatility has seen him excel at centre, full-back or fly-half. He scored his first senior try last season, crossing during the friendly encounter with Marcelo Loffreda’s Argentina at Welford Road in February.
The son of former Tigers flanker, skipper and coach Ian "Dosser" Smith, Smith joined the Tigers Junior Academy at U-16 level and represented Oakham School in their 2003 Daily Mail Cup Final win at Twickenham. Smith entered his second year as a member of the first-team squad in 2007/08 and he was loaned out to National Division One team Nottingham. 
The 2008/09 season saw Smith make his breakthrough into regular first team action, appearing in all 16 of the games before Christmas 2008.
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- ^ Leicester Tigers : Matt Smith
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