Scarlets winger Andrew Fenby will leave the Welsh region at the end of the season after signing for Aviva Premiership side London Irish.
The 27-year-old joined the Scarlets in May 2009 following a spell with Newcastle Falcons. He has made 75 appearances for the Welsh region, scoring 27 tries.
Standing 6ft and weighing close to 100kgs, the Newcastle University graduate is an imposing figure on the rugby field with his power in attack and defence a prominent element in his game.
"Andrew is a player I have been very impressed with over the last few years," said London Irish boss Brian Smith.
"He is a physical and abrasive presence who rarely fails to get over the advantage line. He's the second highest try scorer in the Rabo Direct, so he knows his way to the try line. He will add a further option to our back three for the coming seasons.
"I would firstly like to thank the Scarlets for everything they have done during my time at the club and I wish them well for the future," said Fenby.
"I am looking forward to moving to London Irish and testing myself in the Aviva Premiership. It is a great opportunity for me and I look forward to arriving at the club in the summer."