Bayonne have secured the services of Northampton Saints’ formidable second-row, Alex Moon, in a blockbuster move confirmed for the next two seasons.
Bayonne, in their characteristic style, unveiled the signing with flair, dropping the news bomb on their website accompanied by a quirky social media video that added a touch of spice to the announcement.
The web story from Bayonne featured the catchy line, ‘you must always aim for the moon, because even if you fail, you land among the stars.’ It seems Bayonne is reaching for the stars with this latest addition to their squad.
Moon joins the growing list of Northampton Saints players making the leap to France, with the likes of Dan Biggar and David Ribbans being among the recent transplants.
Adding to the intrigue, rumors continue to swirl around Courtney Lawes, another shining star from the Saints roster, as he remains persistently linked with a potential move across the English Channel.
QUIZ: Name Every Head Coach to Win the Men’s Guinness Six Nations (2000 – 2023)
The brains behind the Six Nations masterplans, these head coaches have all won ‘Rugby’s Greatest Championship’, since the modernised competition began back in 2000. Throughout the history of the competition, there have been only five head coaches to win the competition on more than one occasion.
However, Ireland head coach Andy Farrell is looking to become the sixth, as he orchestrates the men from the Emerald Isle into defending their Six Nations Grand Slam. In total, the Six Nations has been won by 13 different head coaches, and we challenge you to name them all in the next six minutes!
Your time starts… now! Good luck!