Sonny Parker has been handed the task of helping revive London Welsh
The former Wales Grand Slam winner has been appointed as Director of Rugby
Welsh ceased to exist after they were expelled from the RFU Championship in January
Grand Slam-winner and former Wales centre Sonny Parker will attempt to lead a London Welsh revival after taking on a Director of Rugby role.
— London Welsh RFC (@LondonWelshRFC) 4 May 2017
Welsh, who will play in Herts and Middlesex League 1 next season, have drawn up a five-year plan in their bid to return to the National League structure.
“I want to help get the club back to where we want it to be, and I believe the five-year plan is an achievable one,” Parker said.
Best of luck to a brilliant Club and some lucky level 9 Clubs will be playing at Old Dear Park! https://t.co/3wM5fpqsb5
— Crispin Cormack (@CrispinCormack) 4 May 2017
“The first year is going to be the real indicator, but the ambition is definitely there to make the plan a realisation.”
Welsh’s amateur side will represent the club next season in level nine.