|Date of birth || 27 July 1966 |
|Place of birth ||Marseille |
|Height ||6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) |
|Weight ||260 lb (120 kg) |
|Rugby union career |
|Playing career |
|Position ||Lock |
|National team(s) |
|Years ||Club / team ||Caps ||(points) |
|1988–1992 || France ||17 ||(0) |
Thierry Devergie (born Marseille, 27 July 1966) is a former French rugby union player. He played as a lock and as a flanker. He also had a brief stint as a rugby league player.
Devergie played for RC Nîmes and for FC Grenoble (1994/95) in rugby union. He played a season for Paris Saint-Germain Rugby League (1995/96), returning to his previous code afterwards. He played for the Welsh team Neath RFC in the season of 1997/98, moving to Bristol Shoguns, in England the same season. Returning to France he would represent CA Brive (1998/99) and CA Bordeaux-Bègles Gironde (1999/2000). He finished his career aged 33 years old.
Devergie had 17 caps for France, from 1988 to 1992, without ever scoring. He had 4 caps at the 1990 Five Nations Championship. He was selected for the 1991 Rugby World Cup but never left the bench.