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Alex Davies
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Total London Welsh Appearances
CAREER Apps Tries Pts
League 51  414 
Cup 16  140 
Total 70 3 561
SEASON Apps Tries Pts
League 16  130 
Cup 16 
Total 19 1 146
A superbly accurate goalkicker, Alex racked up 94 points in 17 appearances for London Welsh last season, including the match-winning conversion to beat Cavalieri Prato, 32-31, in the Amlin Challenge Cup.

Having signed for Welsh in 2011 as a fly half, and played most of his rugby at full back during the club's Championship winning season, Alex further showed his versatility last season by breaking into the side at scrum half - the position he'd previously played at school.

Arguably his highlight of last season came in the club's defeat at Bath, when he kicked six penalties and a conversion in an excellent display of goalkicking.

Alex had enjoyed a very memorable first season at London Welsh, racking up exactly 250 points in 28 Championship appearances, and 321 in total from 34 games in all competitions.

Alex had to bide his time that year before stepping off the bench to land three late penalties to salvage a draw against the Cornish Pirates at Old Deer Park. It was a breakthrough moment in his career at London Welsh.

He went on to establish himself at full back, with his highlight arguably coming in the second leg of the Championship final at the Kassam Stadium when his 19-point haul helped the Exiles to a 29-20 win on the night.

His highest points tally in one game for Welsh, however, came against Bedford Blues in the B&I Cup at Sunbury when he scored 25 points, albeit in a losing cause as Welsh lost 33-30.

Alex joined Welsh in the summer of 2011 from Plymouth Albion, where he broke one club record and equalled another during a tremendous season at Brickfields, on his way to racking up 236 points in 25 Championship appearances.

Alex began his career at Sale Sharks Academy, where he spent two years before joining Waterloo RFC in National League One.

He joined Plymouth Albion in 2008, although a hernia operation restricted him to just 12 appearances in his debut season. In 2009/10 his haul of 87 Championship points saw him voted Most Promising Young Player by the club's supporters.

He spent two summers in New Zealand - in 2006 with North Otago where he was top points scorer with 115 points and 2010 at Green Island Rugby Club in Dunedin - and it clearly proved a beneficial experience judging by his performances last season.
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