Bristol announce seven new signings for 2014-15
March 5, 2014
Championship leaders Bristol have announced seven signings for next season, all on two-year contracts.
Twenty-one year old Ospreys fly-half Matthew Morgan, 25-year-old Bath flanker Nick Koster lead the way. Prop Jack O'Connell and winger Darren Hudson arrive from Leinster, hooker Max Crumpton from Harlequins, Samoa back-rower Jack Lam for Super Rugby side Hurricanes, and scrum-half Craig Hampson from Leeds.
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