England international Semesa Rokoduguni has found a new club - Ruck

England international Semesa Rokoduguni has found a new club

Former England winger and Bath Rugby stalwart Semesa Rokoduguni has finally been confirmed as a US Montauban player.

The Fijian-born backline player has made 194 appearances for Bath before leaving the club in the summer, earning four England caps in the process.

Rokoduguni served as a Lance Corporal in the British Army and is grateful for his time spent at the club.

“I feel extremely proud and honoured to have represented Bath for the past 10 years,” he told Bath’s official website.

“I’m also grateful to the British Army for their support and the opportunity to fulfil my dream of playing professional rugby in the Premiership. I have experienced and learned so much throughout my career here, and I’ve been fortunate to work with so many amazing coaches, players and people.

“I have memories and experiences I will cherish for the rest of my life. Thank you to everyone for all the support I have received and to everyone who has played a part in my journey at Bath Rugby.”

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5 England internationals who are free agents – and where they might end up

We take a look at five England internationals who are still free agents after being released by their respective clubs at the end of the 2022/23 Premiership season.

#1. Mike Brown

  • Age: 36
  • Position: Fullback
  • Caps: 72

Four clubs remain in contention to sign the former England fullback following his departure from Newcastle Falcons.

Brown, who has already revealed he will pursue a career as an agent when he hangs up his boots, is being lined up as a potential replacement for Simon Hammersley at Sale after the fullback quit.

Ealing, Worcester and French club Agen also remain in the race for the experienced speedsters signature.

Mike Brown of Harlequins celebrates with the trophy on his final day as a Harlequin during the Gallagher Premiership Cup Final between Exeter Chiefs and Harlequins at Twickenham Stadium June 26, 2021 in London, England (Photo by Tom Sandberg/PPAUK

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