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Jonathan Joseph

Position: Centre
Honours: England (45 caps)
Date of birth: 21 May 1991
Birthplace: Derby, England
Height: 183cm (6')
Weight: 91kg (14st 5lb)
Games13
Minutes played893
Tries2
Conversions0
Drop goals0
Penalties0
Points10
Try assists0
Tackles46
Carries59
Metres gained259
Turnovers won0
Turnovers conceded4
Lineouts Won0
Yellow cards0
Red cards0

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Jonathan Joseph joined Bath Rugby in 2013 from London Irish.

Already in possession of four senior England caps prior to joining Bath Rugby, the centre was included in the 32-man squad for the 2013 Six Nations before injury forced him out of contention.

Joseph's attacking flair was on show during the England tour to South Africa in 2012, where he played a part in all three tests. This run of form in the national side culminated in a brace of tries against the Barbarians in Twickenham soon after.

The centre was included in the British and Irish Lions tour to New Zealand in 2017. 

A proven try-scorer in the Premiership, Joseph will look to continue his fine form in the Blue, Black and White of Bath Rugby, surrounded as he is by similarly attack-minded teammates.

Four Bath stars included in Jones’ England team for Guinness Six Nations opener

31 January 2020

England men’s head coach has selected four Bath Rugby players in his side to play France in England’s opening match of the 2020 Guinness Six Nations in Paris on Sunday (kick-off 15:00, live on BBC). Read more 

Bath Rugby trio named in England squad for World Cup semi-final

24 October 2019

Bath Rugby's Anthony Watson and Sam Underhill have been named in the England starting XV to face New Zealand in the Rugby World Cup 2019 semi-final at Yokohama Stadium, with Jonathan Joseph named as a replacement (kick-off 09:00 - live on ITV). Read more 

International round-up - England and South Africa seal semi-final spots

21 October 2019

Bath Rugby’s Sam Underhill, Anthony Watson, Jonathan Joseph and Francois Louw all featured in quarter-final action over the weekend, as England and South Africa sealed their places in the last four of the Rugby World Cup last four. Read more 

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