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Hooker John Ulugia signs for Clermont
ESPN Staff
December 16, 2013
John Ulugia (r) will join Clermont on a two-year deal © Getty Images
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Australian hooker John Ulugia will join French Top 14 side Clermont next season, the club announced on Monday. Ulugia, 27, who is currently with French second division club Bourg-en-Bresse, will sign a two-year contract.

Capped three times by the Wallabies, Ulugia moved to France in September from Super Rugby side the New South Wales Waratahs, having previously played for the Brumbies.

At Clermont, Ulugia will be in competition for a starting place with French international Benjamin Kayser, Samoan Ti'i Paulo and Benoit Cabello.

Ulugia is Clermont's fourth signing for next season, after the capture of Sebastien Vahaamahina, Jonathan Davies and Fritz Lee.

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