McArdell leaving Drybrook for coaching post in Singapore

Tuesday 12th May 2015 10:00 pm
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DRYBROOK have announced that Tim Stevenson will take over from head coach Frazer McArdell next year.

McArdell, who has been the head coach at Drybrook RFC for three and a half seasons, has resigned from his position to take up a coaching position with the Singapore national side.

In August he will be teaming up with ex-Gloucester and England star James Forrester, who is currently head coach of the Singapore Rugby Union.

A club spokesperson said of the changes; "Although naturally disappointed to have lost a coach of Frazer's calibre, everyone at Drybrook RFC wishes him all the success in his new position.

"Frazer brought some exceptional coaching and leadership skills to Drybrook and under his stewardship the club gained back to back promotions as well as a trip to Twickenham for the Senior Vase final."

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