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Quartet to depart Wasps this summer

Wasps have confirmed that Kyle Eastmond, Paul Doran-Jones, Matt Symons and Brendan Macken will depart this summer.

Eastmond linked up with Wasps in 2016, however, his career has stalled due to injuries and he has featured just 23 times.

Second-row Symons has turned out 31 times following his switch from London Irish two years ago and he joins former Leinster man Macken and ex-Gloucester prop Doran-Jones in heading for the exit door.

Head coach Dai Young admits it was a tough decision for the club to make but has wished the players well with their future endeavours.

Young said: "I hope the players have enjoyed their time with us.

"On behalf of everyone at Wasps, I would like to thank Paul, Kyle, Brendan and Matt for their contributions.

"Professional rugby is a tough world within which players and coaches do move clubs, but it still can be a sad time when faces change."

Wasps had previously confirmed that English pair Danny Cipriani and James Haskell would leave at the end of 2017-18 as part of a huge overhaul in personnel.

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