Edward Nicholas Slater born August 1, 1988, is a former English rugby union player who most recently played for Gloucester Rugby.
Slater was diagnosed with motor neuron disease in July 2022 and retired from professional rugby at the end of the season.
He played at lock and represented England at the Under-20s level.
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Slater, a Leicester native, started his rugby career at Milton Keynes RUFC before relocating to Australia, where he played for the NSW Waratahs and Eastern Suburbs RUFC.
At the start of the playoff season, he joined Nottingham after a brief trial with the Leicester Tigers.
In the summer of 2010, his accomplishments won him a transfer to Leicester Tigers, the team from whence he hails.
In his debut game for the senior England team, Slater led England against the Canterbury Crusaders after being chosen for the England Saxons squad in 2012.
He was chosen for both the summer tour to New Zealand and the 2014 Six Nations.
Slater was a member of Stuart Lancaster’s 51-man World Cup practice squad.