Tuesday Morning Round Up

Tuesday Morning Round Up

CONFIRMED: O'Brien Signs For The Exiles


London Irish has today announced the signing of Sean O’Brien, who will join the club in December 2019.

The 31-year-old is regarded as one of the finest back row players in Europe and will bring a wealth of experience and expertise with him when he arrives at Hazelwood later in the year. Full story

Warriors sign scrum-half Kitto

Scrum-half Jono Kitto is set for a second stint with Warriors having signed a contract for next season.

 
 
The former New Zealand Under-20s international had a short stint on loan at Sixways at the start of last season and will return on a permanent deal from New Zealand provincial side Northland.
 
 
 
Van Wyk Pens New Saints Deal
 
 
 

Northampton Saints can today confirm that prop Francois van Wyk has signed a new contract with the Club to keep him at Franklin’s Gardens until 2021.

Since arriving in the East Midlands in the summer of 2017, the powerful South African-born loosehead has made 43 appearances in Black, Green and Gold in all competitions.

Ryan Wilson ruled out of the Six Nations

Ryan Wilson has been ruled out for the remainder of the 2019 Six Nations due to a knee ligament injury he sustained in Saturday's 22-13 loss to Ireland at Murrayfield.

The Glasgow co-captain adds to an already lengthy list of injuries in the Scotland back-row, with the likes of Hamish Watson, John Barclay, David Denton, Blade Thomson, Magnus Bradbury, Cornell Du Preez and Luke Hamilton injured before the championships, while John Hardie was unavailable to face the Irish on account of having picked up a knock in camp. Full story

Ma'a Nonu's unfinished business in Super Rugby

 

Fresh from his stint in Europe, Ma'a Nonu has returned to the Blues with unfinished business in Super Rugby - winning his first ever title.

Gibson locked in with Waratahs till 2020

Waratahs coach Daryl Gibson has extended his contract for another year, signing with the club till 2020. Gibson is eager for a finals berth in the 2019 season after narrowly missing out last year to the Lions in the semi-finals.

Leinster's squad injury update ahead of Zebre

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