Fullback Anthony Watson joined Bath Rugby in the summer of 2013 from London Irish and quickly made an impact at the Club.
The 2013 Junior World Championship winner is a natural athlete who is able to attack from any position on the pitch, as well as break tackles with his deceptive strength.
His swift development gave England head coach Stuart Lancaster the confidence to pitch Watson in against Super Rugby's Crusaders on England's 2014 tour of New Zealand. Watson repaid the faith by scoring a wonderful solo try against one of the best non-international sides in the world. He went on to make his senior debut against the All Blacks that autumn at Twickenham, before shining in England's 2015 Six Nations campaign.
The fleet-footed Watson was named in England's 2015 Rugby World Cup squad.
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Six Bath Rugby players have been named in England's 31-man squad for the 2015 Rugby World Cup. Sam Burgess, George Ford, Jonathan Joseph, Anthony …
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Five Bath Rugby players have been named in England's squad to face France this Saturday in the QBE International at Twickenham Stadium, kick-off …
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Seven Bath Rugby players will return to Pennyhill Park on Sunday to re-join England and resume their preparations for the QBE Internationals and the …
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All nine Bath Rugby players training with England have been included in the 45-man squad who will continue their Rugby World Cup preparations in …