English professional rugby player Will Fraser is a talented union star who plays at flanker in the pack. He is a big hitter with Premiership side Saracens domestically and has also played for his country at national level, representing England Saxons as well as playing for Bedford Blues due to his dual registration. It was in 2006 that he first started for England, making three appearances at under 16 level. He then went on to get selected for the England Counties tour to Canada in 2010.
January 2013 saw Will get picked for the England Saxons and he made his debut two weeks later in a strong 14 to 10 point win over Ireland Wolfhounds. He scored a try in this debut match and thus announced himself as a real star. A week later he was in the starting line-up once more and, after putting in such a fine performance, he was picked to play for the full England side as cover for anyone who got injured during that year’s Six Nations tournament. He never quite got picked for the side but was later tipped to again be part of the squad for a tour to Argentina before an injury sadly left him out of contention. Nevertheless Will Fraser remains a key rugby player at sevens level and will always be knocking on the door of the full squad for England. His pace and dedication make that so and as such Will is a great brand ambassador, sporting guest or after dinner speaker for a wide range of occasions.
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