Wasps have confirmed the signing of Ali Crossdale, who will join the Club at the end of the season from Saracens.
The 23-year-old back-speedster, who can play anywhere across the back-three, has been included in Eddie Jones’ England Shadow Squad for this year’s Guinness Six Nations.
Crossdale has been at Saracens since 2016, after stints with Newcastle Falcons and Sale Sharks’ Academies.
An England international at Under 18 and 20, he played at the World Rugby Under 20 Championship in 2017 and 2018 and received a call-up to the England senior squad for the first time in October 2020.
The former Sedbergh School pupil furthered his development in 2019 with a season in Christchurch, New Zealand, as well as a spell at Greene King IPA Championship outfit Bedford Blues last season.
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5. Grant Fox (New Zealand)
Despite not being a great player with the ball in hand the former All Black Grant Fox was one of the games greatest ever kickers in history. It only took Fox six games to amass 100 Test match points, and two years later he won the inaugural World Cup on home soil in 1987.
During the tournament, he scored 126 points from six matches finishing the tournament as the top points scorer.
Did you know: In December 2011 he was named as an All Blacks selector in Steve Hansen’s new coaching set-up.