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Matt Corker
is sponsored by
Paul & Cathy Davies
Total London Welsh Appearances
CAREER Apps Tries Pts
League 155  25 
Cup 24 
Friendly 15  10 
Total 194 7 35
SEASON Apps Tries Pts
Friendly 10 
Total 13 3 15
The club's longest serving player, Matt made his long awaited Premiership debut last season after missing out on that particular milestone during his time at Wasps.

A regular feature in the London Welsh starting line up last season, Matt made 29 appearances for the club in all competitions, and is fast approaching 200 games for the club.

Matt made his debut for Welsh in September 2007, on loan from Wasps, when the club was still semi-professional. The 2008/09 season saw him pick up the mantle from the departing Howard Quigley and Kevin Burke, and he's established himself as a mainstay in the Welsh second row ever since.

Matt made 30 appearances for the club in 2011/12 in all competitions and it was fitting reward that he was on the pitch when the Exiles clinched the Championship title at the Kassam Stadium with victory over the Cornish Pirates.

In 2009/10 he was named in Rugby Times' Championship Dream Team, on the back of 28 league appearances for Welsh that season. He was also named Supporters Club Player of the Year.

The 2010/11 season saw Matt pass 100 league appearances for London Welsh, against Worcester in the play-offs at Old Deer Park. In all last season, he made 33 appearances for the Exiles, scoring two tries - the second of which came in Welsh's Championship semi-final defeat at the Cornish Pirates.

He made his Wasps debut in August 2005 against Exeter Chiefs in a 70-26 victory at the Causeway Stadium and played in all 15 games for the A team that season, earning him the London Wasps Young Player of the Season Award. His competitive debut came in the Guinness Premiership against Worcester in March 2006.

Originally from Kent, Matt played his early rugby for Chatham House Grammar School and his local club Thanet Wanderers. He went onto represent England Students U19 and England Universities, while studying for his degree at the University of Bath.

He made his England Universities debut against Australia at Clifton RFC in January 2005 in an 18-11 win.
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