Bathtub head coach Johann van Graan has roped in a seasoned campaigner with ties to South Africa as harm cowl for the beginning of the 2022-23 season.
Veteran lock Quinn Roux hyperlinks up with the English Premiership membership after Charlie Ewels was confirmed to have severely injured his knee whereas on worldwide obligation with England.
Born in South Africa, Roux received the 2012 Vodacom Cup with Western Province and earned Tremendous Rugby caps for the Stormers earlier than switching to Leinster for 2 seasons.
His time in Dublin started a seven-year stint in Irish rugby largely spent in Galway at Connacht, the place he revamped 100 provincial appearances and was capped 16 instances for Eire.
✍️ We’re happy to verify Eire worldwide lock @QuinnRoux has joined the membership!
He joins as second row harm cowl from RC Toulon 💙
— Bathtub Rugby (@BathRugby) July 27, 2022
The 31-year-old moved to Toulon in 2021 and featured 14 instances for the Prime 14 outfit in his debut marketing campaign.
“Quinn is a category lineout operator who provides nice physicality to our choices within the second row,” Van Graan mentioned.
“He’s a longtime worldwide with robust rugby expertise and we’re delighted to have somebody of his pedigree on board.”
Van Graan final week acquired the companies of former Worcester Warriors utility ahead GJ van Velze and Cheetahs tighthead prop Aranos Coetzee in preparation for his first season on the membership.