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London Welsh sign former England Under-20 hooker
ESPN Staff
June 23, 2014
Harlequins No.8 Nick Easter competes for the ball with Gloucester hooker Koree Britton. Gloucester v Harlequins, Aviva Premiership, Kingsholm, Gloucester, England, March 29, 2013
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The revolving door at London Welsh continues apace with news they have signed former England Under-20 hooker Koree Britton from Gloucester.

Last week the club released 25 players in the aftermath of their promotion to the Premiership.

"Koree will add some serious competition to an already talented group of hookers," London Welsh head coach Justin Burnell said."He brings Premiership experience and has the size and physicality we are looking for in building our squad of forwards."

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