All paths lead to Ealing Trailfinders for former Team Bath BUCS Super Rugby player Levi Davis for 2020-21 Championship season
Former Team Bath BUCS Super Rugby player Levi Davis has joined ambitious RFU Championship club Ealing Trailfinders for the 2020-21 season.
The exciting winger, who studied Sports Performance at the University of Bath, enjoyed a short but productive loan spell with the London-based club last season as they finished runners-up to promoted Newcastle Falcons in the second tier of English domestic rugby.
Davis has now made the move permanent after being released by Bath Rugby, for whom he made eight first-team appearances.
We are delighted to announce the signing of Levi Davis from Bath Rugby! pic.twitter.com/blqKH4UzNm
— Ealing Trailfinders (@ealingtfrugby) August 10, 2020
“I’m massively excited to have signed for Ealing Trailfinders,” Davis told the club’s website. “I came here for a short loan spell and enjoyed the culture, the success and the quality of personnel. It’s clear that the club have massive ambition so it made absolute sense to me as I have big ambition too.”
The former England U18 and U19 international is the latest former Team Bath BUCS Super Rugby player plying their trade in the Championship next season, with Scott Russell, Will Flinn and Wil Partington having joined Hartpury for the new campaign.