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Ex-Glasgow Warriors centre Alex Dunbar exits Scottish Rugby for newly promoted Brive - reports

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Alex Dunbar

Glasgow Warriors centurion Alex Dunbar is to take up a one year deal with Jeremy Davidson’s Brive – report the BBC.


Glasgow previously revealed that the centre would be moving on at the end of last season, following 119 caps in a decade-long career at Scotstoun.

The 28-year-old, who enjoyed a spell on loan at Newcastle Falcons at the end of the season, was a fixture in the Warriors midfield during his time at the club, with his brand of hard-running rugby making him a threat to defences throughout the league.

Capped 31 times by his country and with seven test tries to his name, the 6 foot 3 star played in Scotland’s November tests against Wales, Fiji and Argentina.

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Dunbar has made 92 Pro 14 appearances in his nine and a half seasons with Glasgow and a further 27 in the Champions Cup.

Dunbar will join former Ireland centre Stuart Olding in Brive’s midfield.



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