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Cam Dolan
Cam Dolan

Talented international forward Cameron agreed to join Cardiff Blues and move to BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park for the 2015/16 season onwards.

The United States of America international – who can play lock or in the back row – put pen to paper on a contract that will saw him move to Wales from Northampton Saints.

Dolan, has made 10 appearances for the Eagles, including an eye-catching man of the match performance against NZ Maori, has has been named in a 50-man USA training squad for the Rugby World Cup, alongside fellow new signing Blaine Scully.

The Florida-born ace – who stands 6ft 6in and weighs 18st 2lb – joined Northampton Saints in December 2013 and made his senior debut for the English Premiership club against Leicester Tigers in the LV=Cup in January.

DOB7th Mar 1990
BirthplaceFort Myers, FL, USA
Height1.98 m (6' 6")
Weight110 kg (17 st 4 lb)
PositionNo. 8 / Lock
HonoursUnited States (39 caps)
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