Who Is Reuben McKerrow Logan, Gabby Logan’s Son?

Reuben McKerrow Logan is the son of Gabby Logan who hosted Final Score for BBC Sport from 2009 until 2013. She has also presented live sports events for the BBC. His father Kenny said:

‘Reuben’s a good boy but we became worried. He was fine in certain areas. He could read but he had behaviour problems and his schoolwork was well below attainment levels. He was disruptive and his concentration was poor in the classroom. We spent so much money going to see specialists, who all came back with different answers. At the time we didn’t know what to do with him.’

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Reuben had mild dyspraxia, a condition affecting mental and physical co-ordination – and the outcome for him has been so successful that Kenny is currently trying to persuade education chiefs to implement the technique in the country’s worst-performing state schools, to raise attainment levels.

Reuben McKerrow Logan Age

Reuben McKerrow Logan age is 26 years old, as of 2023. He was born in 1997. He has a twin sister named, Lois Maya Logan. He did the STEP course when he was nine and within six months. He’s a good little rugby player who got a sports scholarship at his school.


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Who Are Reuben McKerrow Logan’s Parents?

Reuben McKerrow Logan’s mother, Gabby was named by The Times newspaper as one of several people to have put money into a film and tax avoidance scheme, in June 2012. She was named the first Chancellor of Leeds Trinity University, in Jan 2013.

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His father, Kenny Logan a retired Scottish rugby union player who played wing for Stirling County RFC and Glasgow District at amateur level. Logan joined Wasps for his first season in English rugby, in 1997.

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Reuben’s grandparents former Wales international footballer and manager Terry Yorath, who was playing for Leeds United at the time, and his wife, Christine.

Her grandfather was a professional athlete who played for several British teams and the Vancouver Whitecaps in Canada, so the family travelled around a lot. She went to Notre Dame Sixth Form College and Cardinal Heenan High School in Leeds.

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