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Damian Welch
Discussion started by Lowerwatha (IP Logged), 17 May, 2020 10:48
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Lowerwatha
17 May, 2020 10:48
In TRP this morning, Damian is taking over as Head Coach at Plymouth Albion. James Scaysbrook is moving to Coventry. Chris Bentley is now the Commercial Manager at Albion.

plymptonchief
plymptonchief
17 May, 2020 11:09
Nice piece on Albion's website outlining what coaching experience he has, which turned out to be much more than I thought. Really interested to see what he will bring, particularly as we had decided to relinquish our STs at Chiefs and opt for the more local, to us, and less money driven organisation. Will still maintain a close interest in Chiefs and attend some matches.

plymptonchief
plymptonchief
19 May, 2020 10:23
Good piece on Chiefs website with a great picture of Damian about to be tackled by Kev in his Glaws days!

Zyder head
Zyder head
19 May, 2020 16:08
Best of luck to him.
He was my favourite player at his peak,the tries at Wasps and Bath showing what he could do in loose play as well as his line-out work,especially his steals on opposition ball.
Won't forget Connacht either but won't dwell on that..... lol

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Chief caps
19 May, 2020 19:33
That sniper was never caught though ZH


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