Sam Windsor living the American dream on & off the rugby field

Former NSW Country Eagles flyhalf Sam Windsor was always happy to see where rugby could take him. The boy from Bungendore, an hour east of Canberra, has spent the better part of the last decade travelling the world with rugby, but not even he could have imagined his journey would end up in Texas. Windsor began his career in Canberra with the Brumbies academy in 2008 and after a two-year stint in the UK, returned to Australia to star in the NSW Country Eagles inaugural NRC campaign in 2014. Despite leading the Eagles to an unlikely finals berth, the now 30-year old couldn't crack into a Super Rugby squad at home and decided to pack his bags and head back to the UK. “Ideally I would have liked to stay in Australia but nothing really presented itself after the first year of the NRC. That was disappointing but fortunately an opportunity presented itself with Worcester Warriors, who were playing in the Championship at the time,” Windsor told Rugby News. However that stint
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