Northampton Saints have signed Australian winger James Ramm for the 2022-23 Premiership season.
Ramm, 23, joins Saints from Super Rugby side New South Wales Waratahs, for whom he has made 20 league appearances since making his debut in 2020.
He represented Australia at the World Rugby Under-20 Championship in 2018 and has made senior training squads, but is also qualified to play for England.
"I'm thrilled to be signing for Northampton Saints," said Ramm.
"The Premiership is one of the most competitive leagues in the world and I'm looking forward to getting over there to show the club's supporters what I can do."
Ramm is a former gymnast who specialised in floor and vault disciplines, and has been studying for a degree in bio-medical engineering during his playing career in Australia.
Northampton's director of rugby Phil Dowson added: "James is tall, strong, aggressive and talented under the high ball.
"He's obviously an impressive athlete given his top-level gymnastics background, but he's grown into an excellent rugby player."