Former Bath and England U20 fly half Rory Jennings joins Coventry Rugby on a two-year contract starting at the end of the current season.
The 23-year-old No.10 has spent the last 12 months at Cov’s Greene King IPA Championship rivals London Scottish, for whom he has featured twice against the Blue-and-Whites.
After representing his country at U16 and U18 levels, Jennings played nine games for England at U20 level, culminating in appearances in the 2015 World Cup.
While playing alongside the likes of Ellis Genge, Sam Skinner and Charlie Ewels, Jennings racked up 57 points for England U20’s, including 11 in his country’s World Cup final defeat at the hands of New Zealand.
Jennings spent three seasons in Bath’s academy between 2014 and 2017, during which time he made his Premiership debut against Harlequins.
He then moved to the Athletic Ground in search of more regular game time, where to date he has scored 110 points in 18 appearances for the Exiles.