KYLE MOYLE makes permanent switch to Gloucester

Gloucester Rugby logoCornish full back Kyle Moyle has signed a permanent deal to remain at Premiership club Gloucester.

Truro born Moyle joined the Cherry & Whites at the start of the season on a short-term deal from Championship club Cornish Pirates.

The 27 year old has since gone on to be involved in six of Gloucester’s seven games this season, making his Premiership debut in the process.

The Cornishman came through the youth ranks of Penzance & Newlyn RFC, where he was a team-mate of Exeter’s England international Luke Cowan-Dickie and Jack Nowell.

Moyle – who turns 28 on January 19 - made a name for himself with Pirates, and also represented Launceston and St Ives.

Gloucester Rugby head coach George Skivington said: "Kyle has come in and grabbed the opportunity with both hands. He’s been excellent in the Championship for a number of years, and he’s not looked out of place in the 15 jersey for Gloucester Rugby over the last few months.

"He’s a player that is eager to make his mark and keep progressing, and his performances on the pitch and effort behind-the-scenes are testament to his character."

Moyle took to twitter to say he was "super excited" to sign for Gloucester at the same time thanking his Penzance-based former club, Cornish Pirates, for giving him the opportunity to join Gloucester's cherry & whites. 

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