Myall, who has represented England Saxons, is one of the shrewdest lineout operators in England, where he has dominated the lineout in the Aviva Premiership over the last few seasons.
Huddersfield-born Kearnan joined the Leeds Academy at the age of 15 and after two seasons made his first team debut off the bench against Sale Sharks in the Powergen Cup.
He appeared 127 times for Leeds and scored 12 tries before crossing the Pennines along with Carnegie club mates Luther Burrell, Hendre Fourie and Scott Mathie to join the Sharks. In his final campaign for Leeds, he made 28 appearances and played the full 80 minutes in all except seven of those games.
Kearnan joined Sale Sharks in 2011, made 21 appearances for them in the Premiership and was one of their stand-out performers before joining Wasps for the start of the 2013/14 season. He made 26 appearances in his first season for the Club in a successful partnership with fellow locks Joe Launchbury, Tom Palmer and James Cannon.
In 2014/15, Myall made another 25 appearances for Wasps, and performed well replacing Joe Launchbury, who was injured out for most of the season.
Myall was a vital part of the second row group again in 2015/16, making another 20 appearances and took his Wasps tally to nearly 100 games with 23 games last term.
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