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https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/rugby-union/46836684

Think this is the 2nd time he has played for us
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Cov sign Samoa tighthead Donald Brighouse.
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Liam Howley, EQP scrum-half from NZ, signs 1.5 season deal with Jersey Reds

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Looks as if some clubs are going the way of the Premiership- importing players from abroad. They are entitled to , but I don’t think it’s good for English rugby.
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This guy's English-qualified Ps; he may do well in Jersey, be signed by a Prem club in 15 months time, when he'll be only 23 still, and then subsequently play for England. As the current arrangements stand, one could argue that is good for English rugby...
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Kimbo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22 hours 33 minutes ago at 10:02
It could be argued that the RFU are bad for English rugby TBF.
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I’m referring to home nurtured players, not rugby versions of Zola Budd, Greg Rudetski etc. I speak as South African born and brought up.
I appreciate it has been going on for ever but not on this scale. Our school doctor , a South African, captained England at full back in the 1930s then went back to play cricket for his native land. My point is there are too many of them. Good luck to them as individuals, but it limits opportunities for home bred players.
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