||Wales international Will Harries ended the 2016-17 season with seven tries in 20 appearances, one of which was a magnificent solo effort against Yorkshire Carnegie in the Greene King IPA Championship semifinal play-offs in front of the Sky Sports cameras. The thrice-capped Wales international endured a frustrating end to 2015-16 with injury, but before then scored one try in 11 appearances. He joined Ealing Trailfinders in October 2014 and quickly made an impact. He ended the season with eight tries in 17 appearances and also travelled with the Wales 7s side on the HSBC Rugby Sevens Series. Harries arrived at Vallis Way soon after appearing for Wales at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games and he holds three Wales caps having played against New Zealand, Australia and the Barbarians in 2010. Prior to signing on for Ealing Trailfinders Harries played for Newport Gwent Dragons and the Cardiff native has also played for Northampton Saints and Bedford Blues. The wing or fullback stands 5’9” (175cm) and weighs in at 13 stone, 3 pounds (83kg).