Ross Stewart is pleased to confirmour coaching set-up for the 2016/17 campaign.
Dan Seal and Jack Heald will continue the great work that helped lead the club to the National League 2S title last season as forwards' coach and development/defence coach respectively.Tracey Baxter, Ian Whitby and Gareth McComb remain as key parts of the club's staff.
And the club are pleased to welcome back Adam Barnard, who becomes the new backs' player coach.
"It is a strong team the complements each other's skill base," said our new director of rugby. "We're delighted that Dan and Jack will be staying to help us build on this year's progress. They are both young and aspiring coaches who will continue to grow with Cambridge.
"Dan still offers so much as a player and in his dual role can help guide, coach and inspire our young group of front-row players.
"Jack works tirelessly for the club, helping to bring different sections together while watching games and networking on the ground."
Adam returns to Cambridge having been a player at Volac Park from 2007 to 2010. Most recently, he has been a coach at Peterborough Lions. "Adam shares the same philosophy with the club in how the game should be played and we are delighted to have him on board," said Ross. "Adam has aspirations to learn with Cambridge as we continue to develop, and with his versatility in the backs division, he will offer a calm and steady head in National League One."
And Ross added: "People like Tracey, Ian and Gareth are crucial to the club."
Congratulations to all players and coaches for a fantastic season which was celebrated last week with the end of season players' awards dinner.
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We are pleased to announce that Lawrence Hutchinson, George Bretag-Norris, Jack Green and Louis Rawlings have all re-signed for the club for next season.
It is another piece in the squad jigsaw our incoming director of rugby Ross Stewart, with all four being key parts in the squad.
“We’re delighted that Lawrence, George, Jack and Louis have committed their futures to Cambridge for next season, and believe that they will continue their development as players and will be a key part of the squad as the club continue to build for the future,” said Ross.
The quartet follow in the footsteps of captain Stefan Liebenberg and Albert Portsmouth, James Ayrton, Mike Ayrton and Steve Hipwell in re-signing for Cambridge as the squad continues to take shape.
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