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Nicky Robinson To Leave Bristol Rugby

Nicky Robinson will leave Bristol Rugby at the end of the campaign, the Club today confirmed.

The fly half departs by mutual consent after two seasons in the blue and white hoops.

Robinson has made thirty-one appearances to date for Bristol, racking up 186 points, including four tries.

“We’d like to thank Nicky for his contribution to the Club and the hard work he has shown,” Director of Rugby Andy Robinson told bristolrugby.co.uk.

“Nicky will continue to show a positive attitude for the remainder of the campaign and he’s committed to helping us achieve our goals.

“His focus remains on his onfield performance and helping Bristol Rugby in the Greene King IPA Championship.”

Nicky Robinson added: “I’d like to thank Bristol for agreeing to release me this summer so that I can explore other playing opportunities.

“I’ve really enjoyed my time with Bristol – it’s a fantastic city for sport and the on and off-field developments are some of the best I’ve been involved with.

“Needless to say, I remain firmly committed for the rest of the season in helping the club realize their ambition of returning to the Premiership.”

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