Jersey forward Gary Graham says club can lift British & Irish Cup

Gary Graham
Gary is the son of ex-Scotland international George Graham and played for his country at the 2012 Junior World Cup

Jersey forward Gary Graham believes the club can win the British & Irish Cup after reaching the quarter-finals of the competition for the first time.

The Championship side beat Doncaster in their final pool match and face an away tie in the last eight.

"It's a massive opportunity for us to bring home some silverware," Graham told BBC Radio Jersey.

"Getting silverware in any competition, in any league you play at any standard, is a great, great achievement."

Graham, 23, joined Jersey in February having previously played in the Scottish Premiership.

A pre-season rib injury disrupted his start to the season but he has started 13 of the Channel Islanders' 19 games this term.

"I'm really enjoying it - I'm playing regular rugby which to be honest I didn't think I was going to get when I first came here," he added.

"I would've been happy to be on the bench but I'm getting regular rugby and hopefully building every week and getting better."

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