Northampton Saints have today announced three further departures with Andy Symons, Fraser Strachan and Devante Onojaife leaving the Club on the conclusion of their contracts on June 30.
Centre Symons, 28, arrived at Franklin’s Gardens in the summer of 2018 from Gloucester Rugby after stints with Leicester Tigers and Worcester Warriors, and moves on to pursue an opportunity to play in France.
Strachan, another centre, has come through Northampton’s Academy system and signed his first full-time contract in 2017.
Meanwhile flanker Onojaife departs Franklin’s Gardens with six senior Club appearances to his name, two of which came in the Gallagher Premiership.
Ben Glynn also will depart Franklin’s Gardens on June 30 following the conclusion of his short-term loan deal from Ospreys – the lock was signed as injury cover back in February and made three Premiership appearances off the bench for Saints.
- Mitch Eadie to Bristol Bears
- Ben Franks retired
- Will Davis to Ealing Trailfinders
- James Mitchell to Doncaster Knights
- Gordon Reid released
- Toby Trinder released
- Michael van Vuuren to Ealing Trailfinders
- Cobus Reinach to Montpellier
- Andy Symons to unnamed club in France
- Fraser Strachan released
- Devante Onojaife released
- Ben Glynn Loan ended
LIST | 5 famous rugby players and their luxury homes
Despite not earning as much as footballers, we think you’ll agree that these homes of rugby players are still pretty spectacular.
Here are five of our favourites:
1. Tendai ‘Beast’ Mtawarira’s beautiful home on the Dolphin Coast1.
Tendai and Kuziva Mtawarira’s Dolphin Coast, family escape is near enough to Durban for work and just far enough to feel like every day’s a holiday.