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Christian Day



Christian Day enters his third season as RPA Chairman after replacing Will James in 2014. Christian joined Northampton Saints in 2008 from Sale, following a brief spell at Stade Francais, and has been a standout contributor ever since.

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Mark Lambert



The 2016/17 season will be Quins’ prop Mark Lambert’s fourth term as an RPA Player Representative and his second as RPA Vice-Chairman. A graduate of the Harlequins Academy, Lambert has made over 190 senior appearances for the club.

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Kane Palma-Newport


Bath Rugby prop, Kane Palma-Newport, continues as the club’s RPA Player Representative after replacing Guy Mercer at the beginning of the 2014/15 season. Kane has made over 55 first team appearances and captained Bath United to the 2013 Aviva A League title.

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Kyle Traynor


Kyle Traynor has been elected as Bristol Rugby’s RPA Player Representative as they make their eagerly anticipated return to the Aviva Premiership. The 30-year-old Scotland prop has made over 70 club appearances since joining from Edinburgh ahead of the 2012/13 Championship season.

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Haydn Thomas


Exeter Chiefs scrum-half Haydn Thomas returns for his sixth successive stint as an RPA Player Rep after taking over the reins in 2010/11. Haydn is well known to rugby supporters from the West Country having turned out for Bristol, Bath Rugby and Gloucester in the past.

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Charlie Sharples


Gloucester Rugby winger Charlie Sharples will commence his second full season as an RPA Player Rep after taking over from Jonny May. With over 190 appearances for Gloucester, the 27-year-old appeared in 22 matches for the club in 2015/16.

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Lachlan McCaffrey


The 2016/17 season will be Lachlan McCaffrey’s first as Leicester’s RPA Player Representative after replacing George Catchpole. The 26-year-old Australian joined Leicester from London Welsh at the beginning of the 2015/16 season.

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Alex Lewington


London Irish winger, Alex Lewington will begin his first season as London Irish’s RPA Player Rep after replacing the long standing, Andrew Fenby. Joining the Exiles for the 2013/14 season, Alex has proved a major force, scoring 19 tries in 52 Aviva Premiership appearances for the club.

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Alex Rogers


Alex Rogers will begin his first season as an RPA Player Rep after taking over from former teammate Rob Hawkins. The loose-head prop began his career at Harlequins before linking up with the Falcons in 2015.

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Neil Briggs


31-year-old hooker Neil Briggs replaces Tom Brady as Sale Sharks’ RPA Player Representative for 2016/17. Born in Germany, Briggs rejoined Sale in 2015 after spells with Bourgoin, London Welsh and Leicester Tigers, and has now made over 125 Sharks appearances.

George Kruis RPA Rep

George Kruis


George Kruis will serve his fifth season as Saracens’ RPA Player Rep after first being appointed ahead of the 2012/13 season. Making his debut for the club in 2009, George has thrived in the Sarries pack, with over 80 Aviva Premiership appearances now under his belt.

James Cannon Web

James Cannon


Wasps lock James Cannon begins his second season as an RPA Player Rep after replacing former Vice-Chairman, Chris Bell. The 203cm powerful forward began his career at Northampton before joining Wasps ahead of the 2010/11 season.

Tom Biggs Web

Tom Biggs


Worcester Warriors winger, Tom Biggs, is into his third season as the club’s RPA Player Representative. Biggs is an experienced player who has enjoyed successful spells with Yorkshire Carnegie, Newcastle Falcons, Bath and now Worcester.

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Phil Burgess


This is Phil Burgess’ fourth season as an RPA Player Representative and his fourth as a member of the England Sevens squad. Burgess was an ever present on the Sevens circuit for England last season and also helped Great Britain secure a silver medal at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.




To be announced soon…