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Player Profile - Rory Clegg

Position Fly Half
Additional Rory Clegg joined Ealing Trailfinders in February 2017 and he finished the 2016-17 season having played seven times in the Greene King IPA Championship and British and Irish Cup. Clegg moved south from Glasgow Warriors, for whom he played for from the start of the 2015-16 season. During his time at Scotstoun Stadium he scored 95 points in 14 appearances. Clegg has also appeared for Harlequins, Newcastle Falcons and England Saxons. He was born in Hannover, Germany but grew up in north-east England. He joined Newcastle Falcons and made his debut for them aged 18 and went on to score 342 points from 52 appearances in two spells at Kingston Park. He moved south to Harlequins in 2009 and went on to score 264 points in 55 appearances for Quins. During his time at The Stoop he was part of the squad that won the 2012 Aviva Premiership title. Clegg initially joined Glasgow Warriors in July 2015 as Rugby World Cup 2015 cover. After the contract finished he moved to USC Oyonnax but returned to Scotstoun Stadium in March 2016. At international level Clegg was named man of the match when England Saxons won the 2011 Churchill Cup and he won caps for England U20, U18 and U16.