One of the fastest players to graduate from the academy in recent times, Goss has been devastating with ball in hand over the past couple of seasons in the Pathway set-up.
He has scored a number of tries through his ability to beat defenders one on one in space but also his work rate to support line breaks.
He has the intelligence and awareness to create and take advantage of all attacking situations including when he is in close quarters due to his strength and power in collisions.
Goss has worked hard with his defensive game, increasing his knowledge and understanding of when to give and take space. Having missed much of the 2019/20 season due to a hamstring injury, Goss will be looking forward to getting back into training with his teammates, looking to pick up from where he left off.
23 April 2021
Bath United recorded a second win in a row as they edged out Harlequins A 22-21 in a friendly at the Rec. Read more