London Welsh winger Tom Voyce has announced his retirement
Last Updated: 16/05/13 10:42am
Tom Voyce: Was capped nine times by England
London Welsh winger Tom Voyce has announced his retirement from professional rugby with immediate effect.
Voyce's career has seen the winger win two Heineken Cups, three Premiership Titles and two EDF trophies, as well as being capped nine times by England.
The winger began his professional career at Bath in 1997, where he made over 50 appearances, before joining Wasps, Gloucester and London Welsh in October 2012.
Voyce, who made 220 appearances in the Premiership and is the fifth highest try scorer in Premiership history with 66 tries, is quitting rugby for a career in the City.
The Exiles also confirmed that forward Michael Hills will leave the club to join Doncaster and back-row Ed Williamson has agreed terms with Rotherham.