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Burn Players


Michael Fraser

With an eye for a pass, speed and smarts; Michael Fraser is one for the future.

The Mancunian’s undoubted potential saw him called up to both the Crash team (on loan) and the Great Britain Talent squad, where he has since delivered some fantastic performances.

When he’s not proving himself as a future star, Fraser enjoys grooming his dog Norman and watching his favourite football team, Manchester United.


Dominic Chadwick

Long serving WCWRC player, Dom Chadwick has been with the club since it’s formation in 2008.

The elegant mid-pointer has since gone onto play for the club throughout his whole career, proving himself for both Crash, Burn and the Great Britain Talent squad throughout the last 11 years.

When he isn’t training hard, Domonic loves spending time with his family, friends and watching sport.


Matthew Buck

Matthew Buck, is quickly establishing himself as an integral part of this Burn side.

The 3.0 was signed by the club in 2017 and has gone on to compete in two national championships. He was also part of the impressive 2019 Amsterdam Quad Rugby Tournament winning team.

Off the court Matt loves spending time with his family and watching his beloved Liverpool Football Club.


Byron White

Signed in 2019 from Yorkshire Lions, Byron is already establishing himself as a key player for Burn.

The talented mid-pointer was eyed up by coach Alan Ash, after his impressive performances for both Lions and the Great Britain Talent team, a move to WCWRC was too difficult to turn down!


George Claxton

Dubbed ‘Mr Reliable’, George has been ever-present within this Burn side.

After signing for the club when he was still at school, George’s experience both on and off the court have made him invaluable for both Crash and Burn over the years.

Away from the court, George is passionate about fishing and loves to spend time with his dad, Andy and girlfriend, Shannon.


Daniel Kellett

Since signing from RGC, Daniel Kellett has quickly established himself as ‘one for the future’.

After some impressive performances for both Crash and Burn, the prodigious 0.5 offers pace, dynamism and an eye for a pass. A current GB Talent squad member, Kellett’s raw talent is certainly raising some eyebrows amongst GB’s elite.

When he isn’t training, Kellett enjoys spending time with his dogs and wife, Jessica.