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New Signing: Kyle McGhee

7th July 2022

NARFC are delighted to welcome Kyle McGhee who is a quality signing with shed loads of potential ahead of him.

Kyle is 18 years old and has played Rugby since the age of 5 starting at Dartmouth RFC. Once he turned 14, he moved to Totnes to finish his youth Rugby at U16s. To further his progression in Rugby, Kyle played his colts years at Kingsbridge RFC.

Kyle has shown that he has quality rugby to offer in the front row, having been under the Exeter Chiefs academy program since he was 14 and also under the Scottish Exile program since he was 13.

Newton Abbot Rugby Club is delighted with our new signing. Welcome aboard, Kyle.

Fancy giving rugby a go? Men’s preseason has already started. Email rugby@narfc.co.uk to find out more.

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