||Grayson Hart became the second player to join Ealing Trailfinders from Glasgow Warriors in 2017 when the international scrum-half moved south at the end of the 2016-17 season. Hart has won three caps for Scotland and follows the route paved by fly-half Rory Clegg who arrived from Glasgow Warriors in February 2017. Hart hails from Kaitaia in New Zealand and helped their U20 side win the 2008 U20 World Championship with a 38-3 win over England in the final. However, he is qualified to play for Scotland through his maternal grandmother and won his first cap away to Canada on Scotland’s 2016 summer tour. He then won a further two against Argentina and South Africa. He has also played on the HSBC World 7s Series for Scotland. Hart made his NPC debut for Auckland aged 19. He played Super Rugby for the Blues and Waratahs before he moved to Edinburgh in 2013. Following a two-season stay in the Scottish capital he played 24 times and scored five tries before moving on to Glasgow Warriors. He played 32 times and scored one try for Glasgow Warriors.