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Dual Registrations in action this weekend
Discussion started by Faithful_City , 31 January, 2020 10:21
Dual Registrations in action this weekend
Faithful_City 31 January, 2020 10:21
These are all lads with potential to make the step un soon

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Warriors’ hooker Beck Cutting has joined Birmingham Moseley’s battle against relegation from National One.

Cutting, a member of the Three Pears Warriors Academy, has been playing for Hartpury in the Greene King IPA Championship on a dual registration.

But he has now joined Moseley on a similar arrangement and is set to make his debut at Canterbury on Saturday.

Warriors back-row forward Morgan Monks is also on a dual registration with Moseley this weekend and

there are plenty of other familiar faces in the Birmingham club’s squad. Former Warriors stalwart Jonny
Arr is Moseley’s captain and wing Mason Tonks and flanker Zac Xiourouppa also made the move from Sixways to Billesley Common at the end of last season.

Loosehead prop Lewis Holsey is the other member of the Three Pears Warriors Academy who will be on a dual registration this weekend.

Holsey is expected to be in London Scottish’s squad for their Championship match at Doncaster Knights having made his debut for the Exiles against Ealing Trailfinders last week.

JP

Re: Dual Registrations in action this weekend
Fiver 31 January, 2020 17:12
Does anyone know if League 1 players get paid, and if so roughly how much they'd get? Seeing as though there's very little money in the Championship, I can't imagine there's anything in League 1.

That said, good luck to our lads, let's hope they learn all the right things.


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