Melbourne Rebels’ Tighthead Prop Tim Metcher Signs with the Seattle Seawolves
Internationally capped Prop has played with the Rebels since 2015
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Feb. 7, 2018
SEATTLE – The Seattle Seawolves have announced the signing of Melbourne Rebels’
tighthead prop, Tim Metcher.
“Tim brings valuable experience to our forward pack,” said Coach Healy. ” He is a world-class scrummager who knows how to play ball. The Seawolves are
strengthened with another high caliber person and player.”
Tim Metcher was born October 10th 1991, in Maroubra, Australia. He began playing rugby early and went on to captain and represent the state of New South
Wales in the Australian Schools Rugby Championships. In 2011 he was selected for the Australian U-20 national team and played in the 2011 IRB Junior
World Championship in Italy. He also has had the experience of playing against the British and Irish Lions twice in 2013, including starting for the
Combined NSW-QLD Country team. He made his Super Rugby debut in 2015 when he signed with the Melbourne Rebels and has bolstered their forward pack
since then before signing on to play with the Seattle Seawolves.
“I’m very excited about the opportunity to join the Seawolves and be a part of an exciting new era of professional rugby in North America,” said Metcher.
“The coaching staff has put together a very talented squad and I’m looking forward to adding what I can to the team.”
The Seattle Seawolves inaugural season kicks off on April 22 against the San Diego Legion at Starfire Stadium in Tukwila. Tickets are available now by
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A founding member of Major League Rugby (MLR), the Seattle Seawolves kick off their inaugural season in 2018 at Starfire Stadium in Tukwila, Washington.
With an ownership group led by Seattle-based entrepreneurs Adrian Balfour and Shane Skinner, the organization strives to develop, cultivate and expand
the game of rugby in the U.S. while fostering discipline, duty, respect and a spirit of inclusion both on and off the pitch. Through community outreach
efforts, the Seattle Seawolves fulfill a key pillar of the franchise’s philosophy, enriching the Puget Sound region’s youth through engagement, leadership,
Select Major League Rugby games will be televised on the CBS Sports Network as part of an exclusive, multi-year television partnership between MLR and
the television network. Season tickets are now on sale; to purchase, please visit www.SeattleSeawolves.com.
Will Lytle, Media Relations Coordinator
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