Luton RFC head coach Paul Allen will leave the club at the end of the season.
Allen, who is also director of rugby at Newlands Road, will be taking on a role with the School of Hard Knocks charity.
“The chance to work in a higher league is what I have always aspired to achieve.”Paul Allen
In addition to this, he will also move to Hertford RFC to take up a position that will see him overseeing senior coaching there.
Allen said: “It’s been a great three seasons at Luton RFC but teams often need to hear a fresh voice and a different approach.
“Related to that, Hertford got in touch and offered me the director of rugby role. The chance to work in a higher league is what I have always aspired to achieve.
“I have no doubt I will remain in touch with the new coaching team when they are appointed and certainly the membership who have really supported me.”
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