Glynn Commits Future To Bristol Rugby
Academy lock pens new deal with the Club
Bristol Rugby are delighted to confirm that lock Ben Glynn has committed his future to the Club on a two-year contract.
The 21 year-old - a former England U18 international – is a product of the Bristol Academy – has made forty-five appearances for the Club since a debut appearance during the 2009/10 RFU Championship campaign.
“Ben has established himself as a key member of the first team and within the leadership group in the Club,” said Head Coach Liam Middleton.
“I hold a huge amount of confidence in him, not just as a talented rugby player but as a professional character.
“The positive and determined attitude that he showed to return from a serious injury last season confirmed his drive and mental toughness. I believe he will play a major part in our success.”
Glynn added: “I’m delighted to stay with Bristol Rugby. It’s a privilege to play for the Club in front of our fantastic supporters.
“There is a lot of hard work ahead this season. There is big competition within the team and everybody wants to play rugby and help Bristol move forward.”