2 Players Out 8 Hartpury University 8. 1 Players In 8. 2 Players Out 9 Jersey Reds 9. 1 Players In 9. 2 Players Out 10 London Scottish 10. 1 Players In 10. 2 Players Out 11 Nottingham 11. 1 Players In 11. 2 Players Out 12 Richmond 12. 1 Players In 12. 2 Players Out 13 See also 14 References Ampthill Main article: Ampthill RUFC Players In Syd Blackmore from Cornish Pirates Jake Elwood from London Scottish Dom Hardman from Waikato Matt Gallagher from Sedgley Park Joe Sproston from Dijon Griff Phillipson from Loughborough Students Caleb Montgomery from Worcester Warriors Morgan Strong from Ospreys Harry Wilson from London Scottish Charlie Gowling from Richmond Sam Hanks from London Scottish Tom Hardwick from Albi Gwyn Parks from Swansea University Conor Rankin from Ulster Pete White from Coventry Players Out Jamie Jack to Edinburgh Jac Arthur to Bedford Blues Russell Bennett to Jersey Reds Jack Dickinson to Nottingham Joe-Luca Smith to Rosslyn Park Matt Wilkinson to London Scottish Billy Harding to Rosslyn Park Bedford Blues Main article: Bedford Blues Jac Arthur from Ampthill Charlie Ryland from Cardiff Metropolitan University Michael Le Bourgeois from Wasps Monty Royston from Durham University Seán French from Munster Richard Lane to Bristol Bears Will Biggs to Coventry Bailey Ransom released Andre Robson released Ollie Stedman to Birmingham Moseley Josh Pieterse to Chinnor Caldy Main article: Caldy Rugby Football Club Dan Bibby from England Sevens Louis Beer from Cambridge Lucas Titherington to Coventry Cornish Pirates Main article: Cornish Pirates Will Crane from Hartpury University Morgan Nelson from Cardiff Metropolitan University Steele Barker from Redruth Olly White from University of Exeter Will Tredwin from Redruth Garyn Smith from Cardiff Alex Everett from Cardiff RFC Will Britton from Gloucester Olly Adkins from Gloucester (season-long loan) James Fender from Ospreys (season-long loan) Josh Williams unattached Seb Nagle-Taylor from Gloucester Harvey Beaton from Saracens (season-long loan) Jarrad Hayler from Royal Navy Tom Channon retired Danny Cutmore to Ealing Trailfinders Nicolas de Battista retired Callum Patterson retired Sam Rodman to Hartpury University Tom Duncan retired Matt Bolwell to Rosslyn Park Josh Caulfield to London Irish Ed Scragg to London Irish Alex O'Meara to Richmond Syd Blackmore to Ampthill Antonio Kiri Kiri to Maidenhead Coventry Main article: Coventry R.
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Arriving at Paton Field an hour or so before kick-off gave the intrepid Danes plenty of time to enjoy Caldy’s hospitality and learn a little bit about what on earth was going to unfold in front of them. Despite knowing absolutely nothing about rugby or rugby culture their trip was made memorable when Caldy arranged for a couple of Caldy supporters to buy them some beers and take a few photos of them enjoying the Paton Field experience. Caldy supporters Robbie Fowler and Neil Mellor certainly lifted the spirits of these Danish football supporters (most of whom were passionate LFC supporters) and with Caldy shirts and the signed match ball to accompany the selfies with their LFC heroes, they were given a huge boost by the Caldy experience and their day at Paton Field.
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^ "Pirates sign Britton from Gloucester". Retrieved 31 May 2022. ^ "Gloucester's Adkins continues loan". 2 June 2022. Retrieved 2 June 2022. ^ "Fender joins on loan from Ospreys". 10 June 2022. Retrieved 10 June 2022. ^ "Josh Williams signs on with Pirates". 13 June 2022. Retrieved 13 June 2022. ^ "Explosive number eight leaves Gloucester Rugby for Championship club". Gloucestershire Live. Retrieved 27 June 2022. ^ "Harvey Beaton Signs Long-Term Deal at Saracens".
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