Current Team: London Scottish
Danny Has been with the Exiles for over 2 seasons and has guided the club from 2016. First working with Dan Lovey and now with the current coaching team Danny is an Exile through and through. Danny is responsible for designing and overseeing sessions and brings the professional style and attitude that he has experienced at a number of clubs.
There is a widespread rumor that Danny is considering hanging up his professional boots so that he can grace the field as a London Exile (although he would have to earn his place in the fiercely competed backrow).
Danny is formerly captain of Ealing Trailfinders and currently playing for London Scottish, can play across all three back-row positions, and has also played for Doncaster Knights and London Irish during his professional career. He also featured for Munster Academy and Leinster A in Ireland before moving to England.
Ruaridh Jackson (Ru)
Teams: Harlequins & Scotland (Wasps & Edinburgh Previous)
Ruaridh joined the Exiles in 2016 and has been quick to make an impression, he has brought stealth and attacking precision to the back line and developed the Exiles brand of Champaign Rugby that the fans love to see.
Jackson made his international debut for Scotland in the autumn of 2010, coming on as a substitute in the test against the All Blacks. He also came off the bench against Samoa two weeks later, kicking the winning penalty goal in the 80th minute in a match played at Aberdeen, Jackson’s home town.
Ru started his professional career with Glasgow before gaining a contract with Wasps in the 2014–15 season, in the Aviva Premiership.
In May 2016, it was confirmed that Jackson would be joining Premiership rivals Harlequins ahead of the 2016–17 season. Which is what led Jackson to his greatest signing with the Exiles.
Nationality: Irish (Apparently)
Current Team: London Irish, Ireland, British & Irish Lion
Tom supports Danny with technical scrummaging sessions, passing his years of international experience onto the Exiles Front Row Union™. Tom supports other technical areas of the game including lineout and mauls.
The loose head prop only started playing rugby in 2004 and moved to Ulster in 2006 where he has since gone on to make over 150 appearances, scoring 10 tries. He began his sporting career as a shot putter where he was National University Champion in Australia, the country of his birth, for three years running.