Mal Roberts steps down as Army Rugby head coach
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Captain Mal Roberts to step down as Army rugby head coach

Mal Roberts steps down as Army Rugby head coach

Army Rugby's Captain Mal Roberts has announced he is stepping down as head coach of the Senior Army men's rugby union team. 

Cpt Roberts was appointed head coach of the senior men's team in 2020, having previously served as head coach of the Army U23's.

He went on to lead the Army to wins over the RAF and Royal Navy as they won the 2022 Inter Services Championships.

Cpt Roberts has given more than 25 years to Army rugby, including as a player where he won 26 caps as well as winning the Inter Services title on 10 occasions.

After hanging his boots up in 2009, he held several positions in Army rugby as coach and as head coach.

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