At 6'7", Jersey-born Matt Banahan switched from the pack to the wing with devastating effect, scoring 16 tries in his debut season for Bath Rugby.
Capped 16 times for England - he scored twice in his first two Test, and featured at the 2011 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand - Banahan is the undisputed top try-scorer in the current Bath squad and at full tilt is the scourge of opposition defences.
A long-time servant of Bath Rugby, Banahan has been a fantastic ambassador for the Club since his arrival from the London Irish Academy in 2006.
4 months ago
Ollie Devoto, Matt Garvey and Leroy Houston all scooped a brace of awards at the Bath Rugby Annual Awards last night.
Matt Banahan, George …
5 months ago
A sell-out crowd at the Rec was kept enthralled until the final minute as Bath Rugby overcame a never-say-die Worcester Warriors …
6 months ago
Bath Rugby and Bath Rugby Foundation yesterday welcomed members of Bath Gateway Out and About for a session of tag rugby to show their support for …
7 months ago
Bath Rugby tonight earned an LV= Cup home semi-final in some style after seeing off Leicester Tigers 17-35 at Welford Road. …
9 months ago
Bath Rugby continued their unbeaten run in the Amlin Challenge Cup with a resounding 11 try, 63-0 beating of a plucky Rugby Mogliano …