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Tom May

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Tom May
Player details
NameTom May
Age35
ClubNorthampton
PositionWinger
BornLondon, England
Height1.78m
Tom May, London Welsh: Stats
Competition Apps T C G DG YC RC Pts
Aviva Premiership 0 (0) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Northampton Squad List

Back :

  • Lee Dickson
  • Martin Roberts
  • James Wilson
  • Ken Pisi
  • Ben Foden
  • Vasily Artemyev
  • George North
  • Scott Armstrong
  • Luther Burrell
  • Ryan Lamb
  • Stephen Myler
  • Dominic Waldouck
  • George Pisi
  • Jamie Elliott
  • Tom May
  • Paul Diggin

Forward :

  • Scott Freer
  • Mike Haywood
  • James Craig
  • Mark Sorenson
  • Ben Nutley
  • Phil Dowson
  • Courtney Lawes
  • Sam Dickinson
  • Tom Mercey
  • Soane Tonga'uiha
  • Brian Mujati
  • Alex Waller
  • Paul Doran-Jones
  • Calum Clark
  • Tom Wood
  • Christian Day
  • Samu Manoa
  • Gerrit Jan Van Velze
  • Dylan Hartley
  • Ross McMillan
  • Rhys Oakley

Utility :

  • Penalty

Tom May NEWS

5th August 2013

Matt Corker and Tom May named London Welsh captains

Experienced duo Matt Corker and Tom May will lead London Welsh as they bid to bounce back to the Aviva Premiership at the first time of asking.

7th February 2011

May set for Saints

Northampton have bolstered their backline options for next season with the signing of the versatile England international Tom May.

23rd April 2009

Armitage brothers nominated

Delon and Steffon Armitage have been shortlisted for honours in this year's PRA awards.

21st April 2009

May to leave Falcons

Long-serving Newcastle back Tom May has agreed to join an unnamed French club.

11th January 2009

Falcons grab crucial win

A Tom May penalty 10 minutes from time saw Newcastle clinch a vital 10-7 victory over Gloucester at Kingston Park on Sunday.

21st September 2008

Sarries smash Falcons

Saracens secured their first Guinness Premiership win of the season with a 44-14 demolition of Newcastle at Vicarage Road on Sunday.