Ealing Trailfinders are delighted to reveal the next three members of the Trailfinders Rugby Academy with Brunel University London.
Sean Bundy is a highly powerful centre who joins after his time at St Joseph’s College. His performances there earned him a call up to the Irish Exiles, and he will be looking to make further strides forward in West London.
Michael Mason, a versatile player who can feature in either the second-row or back-row joins after being educated at both Sunbury Manor School and St Paul’s Catholic College. He has been a part of the London Irish Academy, and also represented Middlesex County.
Louis Martin can play across the back three, and arrives following an impressive spell in the Northampton Saints academy where he played for all of their age group sides. He attended St Joseph’s College in Ipswich, and also played for Ipswich Rugby Club, his home club.
Head of Rugby Gareth Rise is pleased to welcome these three players to the programme.
“Sean joins the academy after a season playing rugby with Colchester RFC. His experience in the back row highlights his explosive power although centre is his best position and we look forward to developing his abilities and skills in that area.
Michael is a tough and uncompromising back rower that performed well in the St Pauls side that took AASE glory this season, his time with us in the Trailfinders Rugby Academy will develop his physical attributes and see him mature towards the player he can be.
Louis’ elusive running and dynamic power saw him star for St Joseph’s college and Northampton Saints academy last season, he joins with everything to prove and the ability to excel, we are very much looking forward to supporting his development.”
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