Dragons back Lewis Robling pen Jersey deal

Dragons back Lewis Robling pen Jersey deal

Dragons back Lewis Robling pen Jersey deal

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NEWPORT Gwent Dragons fly-half/centre Lewis Robling has signed for English Championship outfit Jersey.

The 22-year-old has been a fringe figure for the Rodney Parade region this season and has played just five times.

Former Wales Under-20s international Robling made his Dragons debut against Glasgow at Firhill in October 2011 and made 38 appearances, the last of which was against Ulster last month.

Ex-Dragons back row forward Tom Brown currently plies his trade for Jersey along with tighthead prop David Young, who is heading to Rodney Parade next season.

Elsewhere in the Championship, London Scottish have signed former Dragons academy tighthead prop Stewart Maguire from National League One side Esher.

The 24-year-old left Rodney Parade to join the Leinster academy in 2009 and went on to play for Ireland Under-20s.

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7:37pm Thu 17 Apr 14

Warbles says...

A shame but, not really up to it.
A shame but, not really up to it. Warbles
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7:30am Fri 18 Apr 14

East Newport Dave says...

He would argue that it's a great move for him. Living and playing rugby in Jersey, a club which used to be backed by the late Jack Walker with their own private jet back and forth to the mainland for away games.
He would argue that it's a great move for him. Living and playing rugby in Jersey, a club which used to be backed by the late Jack Walker with their own private jet back and forth to the mainland for away games. East Newport Dave
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