Bury St Edmunds Rugby club sign former Ospreys, London Irish and London Welsh front row

Bury Rugby’s Pro AM Performance Director Terry Sands (left), Cai Griffiths and director of rugby, Ga

Bury Rugbys Pro AM Performance Director Terry Sands (left), Cai Griffiths and director of rugby, Gavin Hogg - Credit: Archant

National 2 outfit Bury St Edmunds have completed the signing of former Ospreys front row, Cai Griffiths.

Griffiths signs from the Welsh professional side, having previously represented London Irish and London Welsh in the Premiership.

“Cai is a major signing for the Club as he is someone that will bring a wealth of experience to the team both on the pitch and at training”, said Terry Sands, Bury Rugby’s Pro AM Performance Director.

“We invited Cai to visit the club to see for himself what we are all about at Bury and he was suitably impressed, which ultimately led to him signing on the dotted line.

“He has a wealth of experience under his belt which is exactly what we need at this stage of our development. He will be a great asset, both as a talented player and as a coach.”

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The 32-year-old won the Magners League three times during his time at Ospreys, where he played 135 times. He has also played for the Barbarians and represented Wales at U18s, U19s, U21s and youth levels.

He is currently taking his level 3 Coaching certificate and will join the club as a player/coach with full responsibility for coaching the 1XV forwards.

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Griffiths added: “I am delighted to be taking up this role at Bury St Edmunds Rugby Club, where I feel I can add value to an already impressive set up both on the pitch and off it.

“I’m certainly looking forward to sharing my knowledge on the coaching side with what I believe to be a talented group of players.

“I have visited the club on a few occasions now and have been thoroughly impressed with what I have seen.

“Bury are clearly a club that has a sound footing with a clear vison of what they want to achieve over the next few seasons and I’m very keen to be a part of their progress”

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