Tim Molenaar the latest to sign for London Welsh
June 24, 2014
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London Welsh's summer signing spree continues with news former Gloucester centre Tim Molenaar has become their latest new recruit.
Molenaar, 33, will move from Harlequins who he joined from Gloucester last October.
"This is another important piece of our recruitment plans for next season," London Welsh head coach Justin Burnell said. "Tim is another player with a lot of Premiership experience that we had targeted.
"He will provide a physicality that will complement our other centres and give us various combinations in the midfield."
London Welsh return to the Premiership next season after clinching the Championship title last month with victory over Bristol.
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