Brew to join Biarritz
February 11, 2012
Aled Brew celebrates his try against Namibia in the World Cup © Getty Images
Wales international Aled Brew has reportedly agreed to join Biarritz at the end of the season.
Dragons winger, who has won six caps for Wales, has signed a two-year contract with the French Top 14 club, according to their website. Brew, 25, failed to make Warren Gatland's squad for this year's Six Nations despite being involved in the squad for the World Cup in New Zealand - when he scored a try in the demolition of Namibia last October. Dragons captain Luke Charteris has already announced he is leaving with Perpignan is believed to be his destination, while fly-half Jason Tovey is to join Cardiff Blues.
Meanwhile Gareth Delve, who is currently preparing for the new Super Rugby season with the Melbourne Rebels, has reportedly agreed to join Toulon from the beginning of next season.
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