London Welsh Rugby Club - Squad
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Total London Welsh Appearances
CAREER Apps Tries Pts
League 86  11  64 
Cup 21  11 
Friendly 13  23 
Total 120 14 98
SEASON Apps Tries Pts
League
Cup
Friendly
Total 1 0 0
Biography
Now in his sixth season at London Welsh, Seb passed the 100 appearance milestone for the club against Bristol at Old Deer Park in September 2015.

A double Championship and British and Irish Cup winner with the Exiles, the versatile back formed a successful centre partnership with Guy Armitage last season. In total, Seb made 23 appearances for Welsh in 2015/16, with his one try coming in the 38-38 draw with Cornish Pirates at Mennaye Field at the back end of the campaign.

In his first season at Welsh (2011/12) Seb made 25 appearances in all competitions, scoring 47 points. A more than able goal-kicker, his points tally included six conversions.

Seb was a creative presence in the Welsh midfield during the 2012/13 Aviva Premiership season, scoring 12 points in 28 appearances, including the match-winning conversion to beat Exeter Chiefs at the Kassam Stadium and give the club its first-ever Premiership victory.

The 2013/14 season saw Seb display his versatility and creativity in the backs by lining up at full back, inside centre and fly half.

Having made the number 15 jersey his own in the first half of the club's Championship winning campaign, 2014 threatened to be a frustrating year for Seb as injury interrupted his momentum. But he returned to the side for the play-offs to play a crucial role in the centres alongside Tom May, and collect a second Championship winner's medal.

Seb had joined Welsh in 2011 from Wasps and Esher, with whom he held dual registration. It was at Harlequins, however, that he first came to prominence, joining the club's academy set-up in 2006 and making his senior debut against Samoa the following year.

He went on to make 13 first-team appearances during his four years at Quins, but also gained valuable first team experience at Esher, and his 23 tries in 25 starts helped the club win promotion to the Championship in 2009/10.

His performances that season earned him a place in the Rugby Times National One League Dream Team, and also saw him collect the club's player of the year award.

Seb moved to Wasps in the summer of 2010 on a dual registration with Esher and made his Wasps debut as a substitute away to Exeter Chiefs in November 2010.

His full debut came at the Twickenham Stoop against former club Harlequins in the Amlin Challenge Cup in April - an occasion he marked with a try.

Seb made a further 16 appearances for Esher in 2010/11, scoring 25 points, and helped to secure Championship rugby at Molesey Road for another season.

He represented England U20s in the 2007 Six Nations and was man of the match against Italy in a 30-10 win at the The Rec, in which he was a try scorer.