Wasps have announced that Matt Everard has been promoted to the senior coaching set-up as he prepares to move into the role of Transition Coach ahead of the 2019/20 campaign.
The former Wasps player retired from the game in 2017 to join the Black and Golds as Academy Coach and has thoroughly impressed in his first two seasons in professional coaching.
📢 BREAKING NEWS 📢@Matty_Everard has been promoted from his role within the @Wasps_Academy to the first-team coaching set-up, where he will work as Transition Coach ahead of the 2019/20 campaign!— Wasps Rugby (@WaspsRugby) May 29, 2019
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As Academy Coach, Everard led the Wasps A side in the 2018/19 Premiership Rugby Shield, where they finished the season with four consecutive bonus-point wins while also running in 48 tries in their ten matches – including seven try-bonus points.
The 28-year-old’s new role will now see him help the transition of Academy players into the first-team set-up, in which this season SEVEN players have graduated under his coaching.
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