Scots scrum-half Sam says his farewells to Scarlets
SAM Hidalgo-Clyne is leaving the Scarlets after just a season in West Wales.
The Scotland international played 12 Guinness Pro14 games for the Llanelli-based team, starting four of them.
He was loaned out to Harlequins towards the end of the term and has now agreed via mutual consent to depart the Scarlets altogether.
“The boys are great and the fans very passionate, but it’s best for all concerned that I continue my rugby career elsewhere,” said the 25-yearold.
Scarlets general manager of rugby Jon Daniels said: “We wish Sam well for the future and thank him for his commitment to the Scarlets cause. I am sure he will be an asset to which club he joins for the next chapter of his career.”
Reports from France earlier in Sam Hidalgo-Clyne in action against Southern Kings.