|Honours:||England (4 caps)|
|Date of birth:||17 July 1989|
|Height:||170cm (5' 7")|
|Weight:||82kg (12st 13lb)|
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.
20 May 2015
Bath Rugby Head Coach Mike Ford has expressed his delight at having eight Club players named in England's extended training squad for the 2015 Rugby World Cup. Dave Attwood, Sam Burgess, Kyle Eastmond, George Ford, Jonathan Joseph, Anthony Watson, Rob Webber and David Wilson have all been named in Stuart Lancaster's 50-man squad, which will meet up at Pennyhill Park on Monday 22nd June. Read more