After announcing the signing of Olly Barkley on Monday, London Welsh have added Tristan Roberts, Nick Reynolds and Chris Elder.
After announcing the signing of Olly Barkley on Monday, London Welsh have added Tristan Roberts, Nick Reynolds and Chris Elder to their squad for their Premiership return.
Roberts, 27, who can play fly half or full back, joins the Exiles from Bristol, for whom he has racked up an impressive 388 points in 58 appearances over three seasons.
The former Hartpury College and Gloucester Rugby Academy graduate spent a season at Moseley, after being part of their National Trophy success in 2009, before joining Doncaster Knights.
He finished the regular 2010/11 Championship season with a haul of 220 points for the Knights, and the following season established himself as Bristol's first choice number ten as well as notching up 245 points in 23 appearances.
His performances in the 2012/13 season saw him selected at fly half for the RFU Championship Select XV to face New Zealand Maori.
Reynolds, 25, joins the Exiles from Llanelli Scarlets. The former Wales Under 20 centre made 54 appearances for the Scarlets, including scoring five tries, in his five seasons at the region.
Reynolds joined the Scarlets in 2008 and made his first league appearance as a replacement against the Ospreys in April 2009 at Parc y Scarlets. His first start came a month later against Ulster, and his first Scarlets try away to Leinster in March 2011. He also brings Heineken Cup experience to the club.
Born in Carmarthen and raised in Llanelli, Reynolds is a former pupil of Coedcae Comprehensive School. He played junior rugby for Felinfoel before going on to play for Llangennech.
Elder, 21, has represented England at Under 18 and Counties level and arrives at London Welsh from Plymouth Albion.
“Tristan was unfortunate this year to sit behind Nicky Robinson and Adrian Jarvis at Bristol and didn't really get the opportunities he might have, but he's got great game understanding, kicks a lot of points and after meeting with him you could tell he's going to fit in well to our environment,” said head coach Justin Burnell.
“Nick made four Heineken Cup appearances for the Scarlets this season and he's another player with great skills and a real turn of pace. He's also another great advert for the Scarlets' production line.
“Chris came out of the Wasps Academy and in the two games we played against Plymouth Albion last season he definitely showed he has something to offer – he's a big physical lad.”