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Saxons flyhalf Lamb calls time

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Former England Saxons flyhalf Lamb calls time

Former England Saxon flyhalf Ryan Lamb has called time on his rugby career.

The La Rochelle playmaker saw his saw side knocked out of Top14 playoffs – losing 20 – 6 to Toulouse in the semi-finals on Saturday night.

Lamb took to social media to tell fans: “Time to hang up my boots.”

“I would like to thank every player, coach and fan who have helped and supported me over the last 15 years. I feel so lucky to be able to travel the globe and play with and against some of the best players in the world but more importantly I’ve met some great people who I will call friends for life!

“Biggest thank you to my family, without my mum and dad I would of never had the opportunities when I was young. Also to my wife Danielle and my children who have followed and supported me everywhere on my rugby journey. Love you all. Onto the next chapter!”

The 33-year-old storied career saw him play at Gloucester, London Irish, Northampton Saints and Leicester Tigers, as well as earning five caps for the England Saxons.

His contract with La Rochelle came to an end this season, having joined the French side in 2017 where he earned 18 caps, 15 of which were as a starting player.

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