|Honours:||England (16 caps)|
|Date of birth:||30 December 1986|
|Height:||201cm (6' 7")|
|Weight:||110kg (17st 5lb)|
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.
18 April 2016
Followers of the Blue, Black and White now have their chance to vote for their 2015/16 Supporters' Player of the Season - and win a special prize in the process! Read more
8 March 2016
A number of Bath Rugby players rank highly in the latest Opta statistics for Round 15 of the Aviva Premiership. Read more
5 March 2016
A brace from Matt Banahan and a try a-piece for Semesa Rokoduguni and Leroy Houston secured a 25-17 bonus point win for Bath Rugby over London Irish. Read more