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Northampton forward Christian Day to retire from professional rugby

Christian Day to retire from professional rugby at the end of this season

Northampton have announced that forward Christian Day will retire from professional rugby at the end of this season.

Saints’ announcement also revealed that Day will become a full-time player liaison officer with the Rugby Players’ Association from July.

The 34-year-old, who joined Northampton 10 years ago, was RPA chairman from 2014 to 2017, and vice-chairman this season.

Day made more than 200 appearances for Northampton and was players’ player of the season when they won the Premiership title and European Challenge Cup in 2014.

“After 17 years of professional rugby, time has caught up with me, but I am extremely proud to have contributed so much at Franklin’s Gardens in 10 seasons as a Saint,” he said.

“I have been battling an injury for some time which will, unfortunately, prevent me from playing in this season’s remaining fixtures.”

RPA chief executive Damian Hopley added: “This is a significant appointment for both the RPA and the players we represent, and it’s fantastic to welcome Christian to join our team.

“In his eight years as an RPA player representative and board member, Christian has proven himself an effective and respected leader both on and off the field.”

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