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Birmingham Moseley Rugby Club are pleased to announce that a favourite son of Billesley Common, and the owner of one of the most impressive hairstyles in rugby, Buster Lawrence will be back for the 2017/18 season.
In a move to strengthen their ranks for 2017/18 Birmingham Moseley Rugby Club are pleased to announce that two of this season's victorious British Army Babcock Trophy team will be joining the club.
Fly Half Lance Corporal James Dixon and Second Row Corporal Lewis Bean will be battling for a place in the starting line-up at Billesley Common as full time members of the squad.
Birmingham Moseley Rugby Club are pleased to announce that Simon Cross will be joining the Coaching team for the 2017/18 season.
Simon will combine the role of Head Coach for Birmingham Moseley with his role as breakdown coach at Worcester Warriors.
Birmingham Moseley Rugby Club are pleased to confirm that Sam Brown becomes the latest player to extend his contract until 2019.
Birmingham Moseley Rugby club are delighted to announce that Tom Fidler has agreed to remain at the club for the next two years after agreeing a contract extension. Joining Tom again in the front row is former Academy player James Burgoyne.
Birmingham Moseley announce the signing of utility back Chris Leathem from Cambridge RFC for the 2017/2018 season.
Birmingham Moseley Rugby Club are pleased to announce that Callum MacBurnie will be re-joining the club for the 2017/2018 season.
Joining Callum on the journey from the Butts Park is Sam Smith.
Birmingham Moseley Rugby Club are excited to announce that their new Community Rugby Department will be headed up by ex-professional rugby player Steve Johns.