Plymouth Albion's Alex Davies moves to London Welsh

Alex Davies
Davies scored 236 points for Albion in the Championship last season

Plymouth Albion fly-half Alex Davies has left the club for London Welsh.

The 25-year-old, who spent three seasons at the Brickfields, has also been capped by England Counties.

Davies saw his first two seasons at Albion hampered by injuries, but broke through to become the club's top points scorer last term.

"To get near enough to a full season and kick as well as I did was really pleasing for me and I just want to continue that and develop," he said.

Davies, who began his career at the Sale Sharks academy, said he was happy with the way his game had developed at Albion after joining them from Waterloo in 2008.

"Last season was pretty positive for me. I really enjoyed it and had some good success with the boot," he said.

"We were pretty unlucky as a team - we lost a few games in the last few minutes. So it was a bit of a difficult season for Plymouth, but when it got into the relegation play-offs we put a few performances together."