Kyle Eastmond arrived at Bath Rugby in 2011, having made the switch from Rugby League's St Helens. The half-back broke into the St Helens first team in 2008, and went on to make 42 appearances for the club, scoring a total of 401 points in that time. He has represented England Rugby League four times, earning his first cap in 2009.
In 2013, Eastmond earned the distinction of becoming a cross-code international when he made his first appearance for England in an uncapped match against Barbarians. This was followed by a two-Test series whitewash of the Pumas, the second of which featured a stunning try by the ever-elusive Eastmond. More recently, Eastmond showed glimpses of his brilliance against the All Blacks on England's tour of New Zealand.
A supremely skillful player, he has a strong kicking game, a natural line running ability and a keen eye for a gap. Eastmond was part of one of Europe's most exciting centre partnerships in 2013/14, bamboozling opponents and delighting the crowds alongside Jonathan Joseph.
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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 …
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Kyle Eastmond has been nominated twice for the Citizen Try of the Season Award at this year's Aviva Premiership Rugby Awards. There are more tries …
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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 …
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An enthralling West Country derby saw Bath Rugby come away 31-14 bonus point winners over Exeter Chiefs at the Recreation Ground this afternoon. It …