Jonathan Joseph joined Bath Rugby in 2013 from London Irish.
Already in possession of four senior England caps prior to joining Bath Rugby, the centre was included in the 32-man squad for the 2013 Six Nations before injury forced him out of contention.
Joseph's attacking flair was on show during the England tour to South Africa in 2012, where he played a part in all three tests. This run of form in the national side culminated in a brace of tries against the Barbarians in Twickenham soon after.
It was during the 2015 Six Nations that Joseph was truly able to transform his domestic form to the international stage, scoring the most tries in the competition and, in the process, proving himself to be one of the best centres in world rugby. His exceptional form ensured he would be one of the first names in England coach Stuart Lancaster's 31-man 2015 Rugby World Cup squad.
Joseph was named Players' Player and England Player of the Year at the 2015 Rugby Players' Association awards.
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Four Bath Rugby players will feature for England on Saturday in their final warm-up game against Ireland ahead of the 2015 Rugby World Cup (kick-off …
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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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