Are you the next Welsh Exile?
Follow in the footsteps of players like Alex Cuthbert, Tom Shanklin and Colin Charvis
The Welsh Exiles launched their new Clwb Exiles initiative to find the next star to follow in the footsteps of our Wales and British and Irish Lions players.
The launch at the London Welsh Centre in London attracted over 250 people who came to meet Welsh captain Sam Warburton and two stars who had graduated through the Welsh Exiles ranks, Alex Cuthbert and Colin Charvis.
The night was hosted by Phil Steele who also expertly hosted a Q&A session with the players and audience.
It is really easy to get involved with Clwb Exiles, and there will be a huge “Croeso” for you when you join.
The Welsh Exiles was established in 1990 to search for Welsh players, or players of Welsh ancestry, living outside of the homeland. Brigadier Rolph James was appointed as chairman with Terry Cobner appointed as the first Exiles coach. The Welsh Exiles are based at the English Championship club London Welsh.
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