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DOB: 25/09/1994 (Age 21)
Current Club: Saracens
Previous Clubs: Bedford (Loan)
Honours: England U18, England U20
Saracens hotshot Earle, who was a 2014 IRB Junior Player of the Year nominee, made his bow for the Sarries way back in 2012, coming off the bench in their comfortable 41-14 win over the Worcester Warriors at Vicarage Road. The Hong Kong-born electric paced winger scored six tries in five games as the England U20s won the 2014 IRB Junior World Championship in New Zealand.
DOB: 25/09/1985 (Age 30)
Current Club: Retired
Previous Clubs: Leeds Carnegie, Newcastle Falcons
Honours: England Sevens
Ex-England Sevens Captain Vickerman enjoyed a successful rugby career, playing Premiership rugby with Leeds Carnegie and Newcastle Falcons in the centre. Vickerman now enjoys many roles still in the game using his vast experience as an athlete mentor, coach, speaker and consultant.
Position: Flanker/ Hooker
DOB: 25/09/1946 (Age 69)
Current Club: CA Brive
Previous Clubs: SC Tulle
Robust flanker Yachvili was a favorite member of Les Bleus team throughout the late sixties/early seventy’s. He was a part of the French national team that won the 1968 Grand Slam in the Five Nations. His son, Dimitri Yachvili, also went on to become an established France international, amassing 60 caps for Les Bleus between 2002 and 2012. His older son Grégoire Yachvili was also an international rugby player but for Georgia instead, winning 12 caps between 2001 and 2003.