Former England rugby international Richard Moon is carving out a name for himself as a radio rugby pundit.

Richard, who lives near Stratford and is head of employment law at Leamington solicitors Blythe Liggins, is summarising Wasps matches at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry for BBC CWR, following the former London club’s recent move.

“It’s great fun and keeps me in involved with the game,” said Richard, who has long been summarising and interviewing for BBC CWR at Coventry RFC matches, and appearing on the station’s regular RucknMaul rugby show with former Coventry player John Butler.

Richard played scrum half for England, the Barbarians and Cambridge University – where he played inside future England fly-half Rob Andrew, now the Rugby Football Union’s professional rugby director. Richard’s brother Rupert also played scrum half – for Wales.

Some of the Wasps matches are going out live on 5 Live Sports Extra, including Richard’s interview with BBC rugby correspondent Ian Robertson.

CAPTION: BBC radio rugby pundits Richard Moon (left) and John Butler.

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