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is widely regarded as one of the best ball handling, hard running loose forwards in the game.
brings the flair and toughness of the Pacific Island style of play to his
coaching game, the skills he
has to share are truly unique.
will be offering his
talents to encourage a wider involvement in the game by working with the boys and girls in local schools.
In 2009 Junior
RFU Level 4 coaching certificate.
A team mate of Junior's
at Gloucester, Rob adds to the Southern Hemisphere flavour.
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Afterwards Paramore added "That ...
Afterwards Paramore added "That was much better than last week but we still have things to work on.
After head coach Paramore added "After watch the game it has given me something to work on.
Mark has taken over as first team manager, assisting Chris Cooke and Junior Paramore
and I was very pleased to hear of his involvement.
I would like to welcome Junior Paramore
as our new first team coach; he
will also be doing some school's coaching.
Junior has a significant rugby pedigree, having played for Samoa in three world cups and played in the Guinness Premiership for Gloucester for some years.
has been well received by both schools and the players and I look forward to the season under his
, a veteran of three World Cups with the Pacific islanders, joins the club on a full-time basis.
main responsibility will be the first team but he
will also be heavily involved in the club's community rugby programme.
Paramore first came to England to play Rugby League for Castleford, before switching codes and playing for Bedford and then Premiership side Gloucester.
As a coach, he guided Luton to the Midlands One title in 2006-07 and has spent the last three years at Bournemouth, guiding them to fifth in National Three South West last season.
Paramore said: "I am very pleased to join Basingstoke.
It is a good opportunity for me because the club was looking for a full-time coach to work both in the club and the community.
"It's my job to pass on the experience I gained playing international and Premiership rugby to the younger lads - and hopefully we can play some entertaining rugby along the way."
'Stoke finished a very respectable sixth at the end of their first season in National Three London last season - and Paramore
is looking for the players to pick up from where they left off.
"I just want to carry on what the boys achieved last season," he
said: "I know a few players have left but I am not going to come in and change everything straight away.
I am keen to bring local lads through and that is something I have done in the past.
"I will have a look at the first few training sessions, see where we need to strengthen and go from there."
Chris Cook, the club's chairman of playing, said Paramore is an exciting addition.
Paramore replaces Jim Kelly, whose job as an accountant meant that taking a full-time role at the club was not really an option - and Cook was keen to pay tribute to the outgoing head coach.
Paramore is not the only new addition to the club staff as Jerry May has been appointed as the new community rugby coach.
May had been filling in over the past few months and Cook believes that May and Paramore
will work well together in implementing the club's community programme in local schools and keeping an eye on the youth teams.
Jerry knows what the club is about and Junior
coming in brings a really high level of coaching know-how."
Basingstoke sport news from the Basingstoke Gazette
New coach Junior Paramore likes what he's seen at Basingstoke so far.
new head club coach has been impressed by what he
has seen in his
first training sessions at Down Grange.
Basingstoke Ruby Club's new coach Junior Paramore, with club chairman Steve Tristram and main sponsor Barry Champion.
And when you are sat in ...
And when you are sat in a very small car, next to Junior Paramore, who is about six inches wider across the shoulders than when he was playing (and when he was playing he had big shoulders) you tend to listen to what he says.
I'd invited his
thoughts on the Manu Tuilagi situation.
The rambunctious England centre, involved in an incident with a taxi driver and two female police officers, has been banned from any of England's plans until early 2016.
himself is one of the original Samoan exports to ingratiate himself in English rugby culture.
Originally with Bedford, as they climbed into the top flight, Paramore then spent five glorious years at Gloucester.
rock hard presence on the field coupled with his
unmistakable charm and grace off it, couldn't fail to work its magic on those most pragmatic of 'Shed heads'.
is tea-total, consummate about his
faith and devoted to his
slightly higher than expected vocal register is instantly recognisable to any who have spoken with him and he
is as gracious in conversation, as he
was uncompromising with ball in hand.
And of course, Paramore
As explosive and combustible as he
is in England's midfield, Manu Tuilagi has an equally ignitable personality.
jumped from ships moored in harbour, given a world leader bunny ears; he
hit Chris Ashton so hard and unashamedly, even those who wanted Chris Ashton hit, shook their heads disapprovingly.