Voyce's Gloucester days at an end?
April 7, 2012
Tom Voyce appears to be in his last season at Gloucester © Getty Images
Gloucester wing Tom Voyce's days at Kingsholm appear to be coming to an end, according to reports.
The 31-year-old has turned out 36 times for the Cherry and Whites in the Aviva Premiership - crossing the line six times in the process. But with his contract up at the end of the current campaign, the Gloucester Citizen reports that the flyer will be not be rewarded with a new deal.
Gloucester have recruited Dragons fullback Martyn Thomas for next season - with Olly Morgan currently sidelined through injury - and also have versatile back Jonny May in their ranks. And they also have England duo Charlie Sharples and James Simpson-Daniel to call on.
The newspaper claims that Gloucester could be looking to add one more fresh face to their options in the back three - with England Sevens star Dan Norton in their sights. The Premiership side have also had former IRB World Sevens Player of the Year Ollie Phillips in their ranks this term.
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