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 remarkable try against one of the best non-international sides in the world.
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Bath Rugby's George Ford, Jonathan Joseph and Anthony Watson have all been shortlisted by their peers for this year's RPA Players' Awards. Ford and …
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Bath Rugby's trio of backs, George Ford, Jonathan Joseph and Anthony Watson have all been retained in the England starting line-up for the final RBS …
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An unchanged England side to face Italy on Saturday (2.30pm, BBC 1) means the Bath Rugby quartet of Dave Attwood, George Ford, Jonathan Joseph and …
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Jonathan Joseph will start for England on Friday night in the RBS 6 Nations opener against Wales at the Millennium Stadium (kick-off 20.05). Joseph …
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Eleven Bath Rugby players have been named in the England Senior training squad for the 2015 RBS 6 Nations match against Wales and the Saxons squad to …