Gloucester have confirmed that Scotland international Adam Hastings will be the long-term replacement for the departing Danny Cipriani.
The newest member of a famous rugby dynasty, Adam is the third Hastings to represent the senior Scotland side, following in the footsteps of his father Gavin, and uncle Scott. Together, Gavin and Adam are the 15th father and son combination to represent Scotland.
Hastings will join the Cherry & Whites from Glasgow Warriors, where he has been a key player since his arrival at Scotstoun in 2017. The 24-year-old’s form in Glasgow soon led to international recognition, with Hastings notching up 22 caps, and 96 points in the blue of Scotland over the last 3 years.
Known for his attacking prowess, the talented fly-half is set to grace the Gallagher Premiership when he arrives at Kingsholm in the summer of 2021.
George Skivington was delighted to confirm the signature of a player of Hastings’ stature.
“We are really pleased to welcome Adam to Gloucester for next season. He’s matured as a player impeccably over the last couple of years and developed into a top international fly-half. The most exciting part for us is that he’s still got plenty of room for development as well.
“He’s now built up a considerable amount of domestic and international experience which will prove invaluable to the squad.