Gloucester Rugby’s Ross Moriarty will be leaving the West Country to join the Dragons ahead of the 2018/19 Pro14 Season.
— Dragons Rugby (@dragonsrugby) November 27, 2017
With the new rules regarding a call up to the Welsh international side, it has come as no surprise that the dynamic back-rower has joined one of the Welsh regions.
Gloucester fans seem disappointed about the news but many were expecting this outcome, whilst Dragons fans are excited that their team are taking a step in the right direction.
— Gary Robinson (@Robbo_1177) November 27, 2017
Disappointed but not surprised. No one is bigger than the club and we have plenty of quality coming through. Let’s hope we still get 100% commitment until the end of the season.
— Dan (@barker316) November 27, 2017
Thank you so much @RossMoriarty6 for choosing to be a part of our #DragonsFamily and huge thanks to the @dragonsrugby team, @bernardjackman and @davidjusteat for both their efforts and their ambitious and exciting vision. #WelcomeRoss
— Dragons Official SC (@DragonsOffic_SC) November 27, 2017
Ross Moriarty has thanked Gloucester for all their support over his seven years with the club but is looking forward to furthering his international career whilst at the Dragons, as he aims for a spot in Wales’ 2019 World Cup squad.
Big thank you for your support over the past 7 years https://t.co/NrrcAFNkci
— Ross Moriarty (@RossMoriarty6) November 27, 2017