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Saints sign scrum-half Davies

Northampton Saints can today announce that scrum-half Charlie Davies will be linking up with the Club this summer.

Beginning his professional rugby career at Nottingham in 2007, Davies broke onto the senior stage in 2009 when he signed for Stade Francais.

Moving on to Wasps at the close of that campaign, the 28-year-old made his Premiership debut in 2010 and went on to make 84 appearances for the side before joining Dragons in 2015.

And from there the scrum-half turned out 54 times for the Welsh region after making his debut against Connacht in 2015.

“The decision to join a Club like Northampton Saints was a no-brainer,” Davies said.

"The prospect of working with new director of rugby Chris Boyd, as well as the new coaching set-up, is an exciting one."

Charlie Davies

“Saints has a great set-up – the training facilities are top-notch and the stadium is superb. I remember from my time playing in the Premiership that Franklin’s Gardens is formidable place to play, and I’m looking forward to having that support behind me next year.

“I’m excited about joining up with the squad when pre-season starts later this month, and giving a good account of myself so I can push for a regular start.”

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Shirt sponsorship

Charlie Davies' shirt is now available for sponsorship for next season, with the package including:
-   A visit from your player during the season
-   Company logo and link alongside your player or coaches profile on the Saints website, in the match programme and on the big screen
-   Sponsors evening at the end of the season, including signed shirt presentation
-   Two match tickets with hospitality for a select home match

For more information, email sales@northamptonsaints.co.uk.

There are also a number of other players left to sponsor for this coming season including World Cup winner Ben Franks, England international Piers Francis, England Under-20s starlet Ehren Painter and more...