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Will Evans

  • Date of Birth28 Jan 1997
  • BirthplaceNorwich, England
  • Height1.83m (6' 0)
  • Weight90.5kg (14st 4lbs)


Established in 2009 we offer wholesale supply of the finest Granite, Marble, Limestone, Slate and Quartz Slabs.

We recognise that customers needed a reliable wholesaler with effective quality control and sufficient stock holding to cater for all tastes and requirements. It is notoriously difficuly to consistently supply quality material of adequate size therefore this is what we strive to achieve time and time again, to be unique in a competitive market place.

We are rapidly building a reputation for quality, and being able to provide deiveries at short notice. As demand has increased so has out Material Collection. This growth is facilitated by the effective procurement fo materials using strong alliances with trusted suppliers. These relationships have been formed over many years of experience in the stone industry.

The focus of our business is purely wholesale therefore we do not sell directly to private customers. If you are a trade customer a pricelist is available upon request. Please see our contact section for details on how to find us.

Website: www.internationalstones.co.uk

Openside flanker Will Evans enjoyed a remarkable rise through the ranks in the closing stages of the 2015/16 season, making his senior debut for Leicester Tigers and then going to the World Under-20s Championships with England.

From Norwich and a former student at Wymondham College, where Tigers colleague George Worth was a team-mate, Evans earned international recognition at four age-group levels as he progressed through the Tigers academy.

He impressed enough in senior company to earn a Premiership debut against Gloucester at Welford Road in April 2016 and made three more appearances that season, including in the semi-final at Saracens.

He was then selected for the Under-20s World Championships in Manchester in 2016 and marked his debut with a try in a win over Scotland.

After 18 first-team appearances in 2016/17, he joined England Under-20s for another World Juniors in the summer of 2017 as part of a squad which reached the Final.

Follow Will Evans on social media

Twitter: @Will_Evans69 | Instagram: @_willevans_

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