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Dunning joins Bees


By Elliott Josypenko
August 4 2006

Pertemps Bees have continued their summer shopping spree by signing Canadian international prop Casey Dunning. The 26-year-old from British Columbia has won five caps, the most recent against Romania last November, and works as a rugby development officer in Canada.
He has been recruited by Pertemps Bees to strengthen the front row following the decision to release three props in a summer clear-out.
Former England prop Rob Hardwick, ex-Coventry captain Adian Olver and Andrew Le Chevalier are among the props who have been released to make way for the arrival of Dunning.
Dunning, who plays his club rugby for Pacific Pride, is the Bees' fifth close-season capture following Gloucester lock Mark Cornwell, Coventry fly-half Jon Higgins and two scrum-halves, Mike Baxter (Bath) and Reece Spee (Ulster) to Sharmans Cross Road.

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