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Wetjen was born in Canterbury on 3 December 1991. He is a youth player at Maidstone Rugby Club [ citation needed ] He broke onto the International 7s scene in 2007 with the District squads around the London & SE sector. He suffered neck and back injuries in the 2006 season however battled back to fitness and under the wing of Pete Barford forced his way into the public eye once again.but had been being pushed through the ranks. He has been trialled with professional side London Wasps in the 2008-2009 Season.
- Kent Cup Finalist
- East Coast Challenge Cup Champion 2008
- London Wasps Trialist
- Accepted to Worcester Warriors Academy 2009
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Maidstone Rugby Club is an English rugby union club based in Maidstone, Kent. The men's first XV currently compete in London 3 South East - a league at the eighth tier of the English rugby union system following the club's relegation from London 2 South East at the end of the 2019–20 season. The club has thriving mini and youth sections, with enjoyment and development a priority. There are 4 men's senior teams, catering for all ages and abilities.