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Sam Simmonds - Premiership Rugby’s most prolific try-scorer in history
Tom A Hawk (IP Logged)
17 April, 2018 09:56
Honestly, Iam actually not making this up

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Premiership Rugby
Sam Simmonds’ amazing season seems to get better every week and his remarkable hat-trick against London Irish made him Premiership Rugby’s most prolific try-scorer in history.
The back-row has crossed the whitewash 15 times in just 13 club starts since his debut three seasons ago and it is clear to see why he has become a key part of Eddie Jones’ England side.

Simmonds averages a try every 76 minutes, 23 better than his nearest challenger Dominic Chapman, who scored 17 tries in 22 appearances for Richmond from 1997-99.

Read more at [www.premiershiprugby.com]

 
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Re: Sam Simmonds - Premiership Rugby’s most prolific try-scorer in history
OldWing (IP Logged)
17 April, 2018 17:49
I wonder what young Mr Waldrom’s ‘hit rate’ is since joining Chiefs. Pretty impressive I’d guess. Such a shame he wasted so much time with another team where, presumably, he was not allowed to score tries!


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