Sam Windsor Signs With Worcester Warriors

A standout during the inaugural National Rugby Championship, Sam Windsor has signed with Championship heavyweights the Worcester Warriors.

The prolific point scorer however injured his shoulder in his debut for the club whilst scoring a try against Bristol after 20 minutes and has been ruled out of action for several weeks. Warriors director of rugby Dean Ryan said “We are excited about what we have seen and we would like to see more of him. He’s going to be around and we will sort it out because he’s a really exciting prospect.”

We wish Sam all the best with his recovery and see a very exciting career ahead of him.

Andrew Cox Signs with DMP

Shute Shield veteran Andrew Cox has signed on with ambitious National 1 outfit Darlington Mowden Park.

Cox has signed a short term deal for the remainder of the season to bolster their backrow stocks and add considerable experience to their pack. Cox joins DMP after another strong season which saw him bring up his 100th first grade Shute Shield cap as skipper of the Parramatta Two Blues.


Hawke Signs For London Scottish

Former Gungahlin, UC Vikings and ACT Brumbies utility, Matt Hawke has signed on with English Championship outfit London Scottish for the remainder of the 2014/15 season.

On the back of another strong season with the Gungahlin Eagles, Hawke then earned selection for the UC Vikings for the inaugural NRC. Hampered with injury early on, Hawke made an immediate impact in the final rounds of the NRC. His form has since continued after his move to London where he was on a months trial before earning a contract on the back of continued good performances.