Glendale Raptors & Eagles Scrumhalf Shaun Davies

Glendale Raptors & Shaun Davies

The Glendale Raptors have an Eagles halfback combination of Shaun Davies and Will Magie. Davies is 28 years old, 5’8″ tall and weighs 175 pounds. He is from Durban, South Africa.

Davies graduated from Westville Boys High School. He then went to Brigham Young University from 2009 to 2012 and helped the team win two National Championships. In 2009 the team beat Cal 25-22, where he was named Man of the Match. In 2012 the team won the title beating Arkansas State 49-42.

Upon graduation, Davies played club rugby at Life University. He then played professionally for the Ohio Aviators in 2016 and in 2017 played with the Glendale Merlins.

The Glendale Raptors made their Major League Rugby exhibition season debut on March 10 against the New Orleans Gold Rugby Club, winning 38-14. Davies started a scrumhalf for the match.

USA Rugby Eagles XV

Shaun Davies is Eagle 432. He made his debut on June 16, 2002, at Glendale and on March 3, 2018, played against Uruguay in Montevideo in the last of his 15 tests. With the latest win, the USA defended its Americas Rugby Championship and has now won ten straight matches.

Glendale Raptors

  • Luke White – Prop
  • Kelipi Fifita – Prop
  • Blake Rogers – Prop
  • Nick Kwasniewski – Prop
  • Zach Fenoglio – Hooker
  • James Del Bozque – Hooker
  • Casey Rock – Lock
  • Ben Landry – Lock
  • Max Dacey – Lock
  • Connor Cook – Flanker
  • John Quill – Flanker
  • Peter Dahl – Flanker
  • Devin Vaughter – Flanker
  • Brian Wanless – No. 8
  • Grigor Kerdikoshvili – No. 8
  • Shaun Davies – Scrumhalf
  • Jake Christmann – Scrumhalf
  • Will Magie – Flyhalf
  • Mika Kruse – Flyhalf/Center
  • Bryce Campbell – Center
  • Chad London – Center
  • Ata Malifa – Center
  • Kyle Hitt – Center
  • John Ryberg – Wing
  • Harley Davidson – Wing
  • Seth Halliman – Wing
  • Maximo de Achaval – Fullback
  • Dustin Croy – Fullback

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