Darcy Graham Commits to Edinburgh, Aims for Silverware Until 2027

Scottish rugby fans have reason to celebrate this festive season as Darcy Graham, the 26-year-old winger, has extended his contract with Edinburgh until the 2027 Rugby World Cup. Turning down offers from other clubs, Graham, who has been with Edinburgh since 2017, expressed his desire to win silverware with the team.

Graham, with 34 tries in 61 outings for Edinburgh and 24 tries in 39 Tests for Scotland, is closing in on becoming Scotland’s all-time leading try-scorer. His recent prolific form includes 24 tries in the last 21 games for both Edinburgh and Scotland, despite a brief absence due to injuries.

Edinburgh senior coach Sean Everitt praised Graham as a world-class talent who can change the game at a moment’s notice. The winger, known for his exciting style of play, has become a fan favorite, and Everitt is thrilled that Graham has committed to the club on a long-term deal.

Graham, expressing his excitement, mentioned that while he had other offers, Edinburgh felt like home. He was convinced by Sean Everitt’s plans for the club, and the prospect of being part of Edinburgh’s building process excited him. Graham and Everitt share a straightforward approach to the game, and the winger believes he can play the style he enjoys under Everitt’s guidance.

The ambitious Graham is eager to contribute to Edinburgh’s success and win silverware with the team. With a talented squad, a new home, and a belief that this group can achieve something significant, Graham sees a bright future for Edinburgh and is committed to backing it up week after week.