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Chinnor announced signing of Fred Tuilagi from London Scottish today.
Ben Manning's return was also confirmed earlier in the week I believe. 
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Particularly sad to see Leo Fielding go.
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Birmingham Moseley re-sign Harry O'Brien and Sam Pointon, and sign Tom Benjamin from Nottingham.  All expected to compete for the 15 shirt, although Sam can also play scrum-half and wing.

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Summary of Moseley signings and Re-signings.
Jide Ajayi. Tight head. 
Tom Benjamin. Full back.
Harry Butler. Second Row. 
Joe Foreman. Loose head.
Rob Fuller. Second row. 
David Langley. Tight Head.
Jacques Le Roux. Back row. 
Isaac Mcnulty. Centre.
Sam Mcnulty. Hooker. 
Liam Munro. Back row.
Harry O'brien. Full back, fly half.
Sam Pointon. Scrum half, full back, wing. 
Ethan Priest. Loose head.
James Tideswell. Tight head. 
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Further Moseley Re-signings and signings.
Aquile Smith. Wing. 
Matt Dight.Wing.
Jamal Gask-Clarke. Wing. 
Ed Drake-Lee. Wing/Centre. 

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Originally posted by kingsheathlad kingsheathlad wrote:

Further Moseley Re-signings and signings.
Aquile Smith. Wing. 
Matt Dight.Wing.
Jamal Gask-Clarke. Wing. 
Ed Drake-Lee. Wing/Centre. 



Maybe more centres, scrum-halfs and a couple of 10s to come and the squad should almost be complete (?)
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Further Moseley signings, Re-signings.
Ashley Johnson, forwards, defence coach. 
Ryan Roach, hooker.
Harry Dawson, back row. 
Will Safe, back row.
That's 13 forwards, 8 backs. 
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Further Moseley signings and Re-signings.
Ben Palmer, fly half. 
Jack Coombes, scrum half.
Jack Jolly, scrum half. 
Adam Collingwood, scrum half.
Jacob Fewtrell, fly half. 
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Further Moseley signings and Re-signings.
Kailus Hutchinson, second row, back row. 
Harry Barnes, second row.
Jack English, back row. 
Michael Stephens, back row.
Aiden Ali, back row. 
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Darlington Mowden Park are thrilled to announce that Warren Seals has re-signed with the club ahead of the upcoming National One season. The 29 year-old will go into his sixth season with DMP, having made his debut against Richmond in 2015. Asked about extending his stay with the club, Seals commented: “I’m very happy to have signed for Mowden for another year and I’m looking forward to an exciting season ahead.”

Since his debut in 2015 the South African fly half has made 92 appearances for the club, either side of a spell in the Championship with Yorkshire Carnegie. This has seen Seals rack up over 750 points in a DMP shirt, including a league-leading 267 points in the 2019/20 campaign.

DMP Director of Rugby Garry Law added: "It's a massive bonus going into the new season with Warren on board. He is a fans favourite and someone who a lot of how we operate goes through. He is a points machine, most evident on the previous season where he was a good amount of points ahead of anyone else in the league. Like everything due to this pandemic we've experienced, Warren's work commitments have changed slightly so his availability is probably not 100% but something we are more than happy to work with."

"Over the good few years he has been with Mowden I have seen him grow into a leader who is well respected within the current squad which will be key to guide the newly assembled squad."


The comment about Warren not being available for 100% of fixtures might suggest why Garry was happy to sign Isaak Welch, a versatile player who would provide flyhalf cover.
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Darlington Mowden Park are delighted to announce that Ollie Walker has re-signed with the club ahead of the upcoming National One season. The versatile back has become a regular in the 1st XV in recent seasons, having signed from Tynedale in 2018. Asked about extending his stay at the Darlington club, Walker said: "The season is just about here and I can’t wait to run out with my mates and do some rugby!"

Walker has made 42 league appearances in his 2 seasons with DMP so far, scoring 12 tries in the process. The winger established himself as a regular starter before the 2019/20 season was cut short, missing only a handful of league fixtures and crossing the whitewash 7 times. DMP Director of Rugby Garry Law added: "Ollie's a player who probably doesn't quite get the plaudits he deserves. He does a lot of the unseen stuff both in attack and defence which is invaluable to any squad. He is predominantly a winger but is more than able at centre also."

"This versatility is a big bonus when selecting partnerships on in match day squads. Another big plus is he knows his way to the try line and something I'm sure we'll see more of this coming season."

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Looking at the DMP squad for their first pre-season friendly against Blaydon it seems there are few more new faces which are yet to be announced - 


Fantastic news about Warren Seals in my opinion he is still playing well below the level where he should be.

DMP Director of Rugby Garry Law has named a 28 man squad for Saturday's pre-season game against Blaydon at the Arena (2.30pm Kick Off).

A number of new signings are named within the squad alongside a host of familiar faces for DMP's first pre-season outing of the summer. Despite a number of the 1st XV squad being unavailable for the game (Ollie Hodgson, Chris McTurk, Warren Seals, Ollie Walker and Liam Checksfield), the fixture will provide the chance for the bulk of the squad to get some pre-season minutes under their belt as they continue their preparations for the 2021/22 National One season.

Mowden Park Squad to face Blaydon (14/7)

Forwards:

Talite VAIOLETI
Ralph APPLEBY
Joe CRAGGS
Grayson MAGUIRE
Curran MAGUIRE
Dave FISHER
Carl GUEST
George SHANNON
Sam SHANKS
Will JONES
Alfie BARRON
Joseph CALLERY
Josh CRICKMAY
Tom GARDINER

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Callum MACKENZIE
Ben FRANKLAND
Paul JARVIS
Tom BROADHEAD
Shaun McCARTNEY
Chris DOBSON
Brandon ASHER-WOOD
Isaak WELCH
Charlie BOURNE
Euan McKIRDY
Sol KENCH
Marty LITHGO
Ian HODGSON

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Cambridge have been making announcements on their website and Twitter feed.
Most of the squad has returned, with a few new faces and some coming back.
A few have moved on and others are injured.

Back 3
Joe Green, Joey Patrick, Andy Henderson, Kwaku Asiedu

Centres
Mark Koteczky, Will Ward, Ned Brown, Matt Hema.

Fly Halves
Ben Penfold, Lawrence Rayner, Joe Tarrant

Scum Halves
Kieran Duffin, Fin Creighton, Danny Veenendaal

Props
Sam Copeland, Henry Peck, Billy Wlaker, Harry Morley, Ziana Alexis

Hookers
Willie Preistley, Ben Brownlie, Corey Lewis

Second Row
Rob Conquest, Gareth Baxter, Kieran Frost, George Bretag-Norris (c)

Back Row
Jake McCloud, Noah Sloot, Ben Adams, Matt Dawson, Rob Langley, Anthony Maka

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Scrumtime Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19 Aug 2021 at 07:38
Camquin, many of these  were signed last year for the 20/21 season that never was, when the club had no money, chairman was asking for £40k or the club shuts and it raised half on the go fund me page, yet the D of R was still signing players up when the season was never going to start. 

Be interesting when it comes out in the wash as to how this was afforded and funded!!


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Halliford Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19 Aug 2021 at 09:02
I presume Cambridge, like many Clubs, have moved to match fees only with no retainers. No matches, no payment.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Scrumtime Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19 Aug 2021 at 09:09
I think not Haliford, and is certainly not this year either.... as said it will all come out in the wash!

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Wobbler Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19 Aug 2021 at 09:26
Mose sign Andy Bulumakau and retain Ollie Allsopp & Mason Tonks.
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Mose sign Andy Bulumakau and retain Ollie Allsopp & Mason Tonks.
AB is a cracking signing for Mose. 
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Chinnor have signed the following so far!

New season signings for 20/21 

Forwards 

Keston Lines - Coventry 
Willie Ryan - Nottingham 
Ben Manning - LS 
Ben Glyn - Newport Gwent Dragons
Max Clemenston - Hartpury 
Fred Tuilagi - LS

Backs

Sam Yawayawa - LS
Jason Worral - LS
Dean Hammond - Ealing
Luke Carter - Ealing 
Greg Goodfellow - Chinnor resigned 

Plenty of National One and championship experience amongst these names. There have been retentions Kieran Goss, Caolan Ryan, Soane Tonga’uiha, Jack Walsh. 
More signings have been made but all a bit of unknown quantity at this level yet. Interesting times at Chinnor compared to recent years. 






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I'm 99.9% certain that Keston Lines was never selected for Cov, so you can effectively say that Chinnor have acquired him from Leicester Tigers Wink
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