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.
9 days ago
A perfect balance of forward power and awe-inspiring back play gave Bath Rugby an 18-35 Champions Cup away win against Toulouse that will …
17 days ago
Bath Rugby prevailed in an intense nine-try encounter with Wasps to win 39-26.
With 10 minutes just gone, Bath spurned a …
1 month ago
Bath Rugby never looked like losing tonight at the Rec, winning 25-6 against Harlequins in an Aviva Premiership match that also saw the …
2 months ago
Bath Rugby returned to winning ways at the Rec with one-sided 47-7 win against London Welsh in Round One of the LV= Cup. …