Rugby Union Betting: Scully joins Leicester Tigers on a short-term contract

Leicester TigersRugby union betting fans were delighted to learn that Leicester Tigers gave American utility back Blaine Scully a short-term contract after impressing at Welford Road during a trial.

Scully, who is able to play on the wing or at full-back and is well known for his very good rugby odds, was training with the Tigers and played in the JP Morgan Premiership Sevens’ opening round.

Price per head services saw that he also participated in the pre-season meeting with Montpellier, and did enough to earn a four-month contract.

The 25-year-old, who was born in California went back to the US after Friday’s match to take on Canada for the national team this month in two crucial World Cup qualifiers, but pay per head services found out that the player will return to Leicester before the Aviva Premiership season gets underway, and rugby union betting fans can’t wait to see how he’ll perform then.

Scully said: “I came over on trial to try to earn my spot here and I have learned a lot even in the couple of weeks I’ve spent with Leicester. This is a big opportunity and I couldn’t ask for a better place to start as a player.

“The attitude of the players is fantastic. They just want to work hard and get better everyday and that is something I really embrace.”

Tigers director of rugby Richard Cockerill added: “We’ve been looking for a player to cover positions in the back three, we’ve had a look at Blaine over the last couple of weeks and have now offered him a contract for the next four months.

And many rugby union betting fans believe that they indeed found the perfect player.

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“He has been working hard with us, he has some good skills and he is very keen to learn and develop his game, which is important.”

Price per head services and rugby union betting fans that follow the Tigers were very happy to learn about Scully’s new deal, and hope that he continues to impress, making very good rugby odds in the process.

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