Staniforth Becomes A Warrior

Glasgow Warriors have announced the signing of fullback/wing Graydon Staniforth from Exeter Chiefs on a one year contract.
Staniforth, brother of Wallaby winger Scott Staniforth, has represented Australia Sevens on the IRB circuit._His senior club career started in 1999 with Australian Universities and Southern Districts before moving onto the New South Wales Waratahs Academy and B side as well as representing Australian Legends in the Hong Kong 10s.
With a reputation for powerful, pacey running and a long accurate kicking game, he moved to play for New Zealand NPC team Southland in 2003 before moving to Exeter Chiefs last season._He was instrumental in Exeter's drive for promotion to the Guinness Premiership but they were edged out by Bristol.
As his wife is a UK passport holder, Graydon will qualify as a European player when playing for Glasgow.
Glasgow Head coach Hugh Campbell said: "We have a fair number of young backs in the squad at the moment and we felt a player of Graydon's experience would have a lot to offer the squad as a whole both on and off the pitch._I'm sure his strong and hard running style will make sure he fits in well at Hughenden and we're very pleased to welcome him on board."
Staniforth added: "I just arrived with the squad this week._We've been at a training camp at RM Condor in Arbroath so it's been really enjoyable and a great way to get stuck in and meet everyone._Looking to the rest of the season I'll hopefully be able to contribute wherever I can and get a few games under my belt and hopefully a few wins too."
Graydon StaniforthFullback/wingBorn: 23.11.73._Height: 1.92m._Weight: 98kgPic courtesy of www.rugbysouthland.co.nzGlasgow Warriors have announced the signing of fullback/wing Graydon Staniforth from Exeter Chiefs on a one year contract.
Staniforth, brother of Wallaby winger Scott Staniforth, has represented Australia Sevens on the IRB circuit._His senior club career started in 1999 with Australian Universities and Southern Districts before moving onto the New South Wales Waratahs Academy and B side as well as representing Australian Legends in the Hong Kong 10s.
With a reputation for powerful, pacey running and a long accurate kicking game, he moved to play for New Zealand NPC team Southland in 2003 before moving to Exeter Chiefs last season._He was instrumental in Exeter's drive for promotion to the Guinness Premiership but they were edged out by Bristol.
As his wife is a UK passport holder, Graydon will qualify as a European player when playing for Glasgow.
Glasgow Head coach Hugh Campbell said: "We have a fair number of young backs in the squad at the moment and we felt a player of Graydon's experience would have a lot to offer the squad as a whole both on and off the pitch._I'm sure his strong and hard running style will make sure he fits in well at Hughenden and we're very pleased to welcome him on board."
Staniforth added: "I just arrived with the squad this week._We've been at a training camp at RM Condor in Arbroath so it's been really enjoyable and a great way to get stuck in and meet everyone._Looking to the rest of the season I'll hopefully be able to contribute wherever I can and get a few games under my belt and hopefully a few wins too."
Graydon StaniforthFullback/wingBorn: 23.11.73._Height: 1.92m._Weight: 98kgPic courtesy of www.rugbysouthland.co.nz