|Honours:||England U20s (9 Caps)|
|Date of birth:||17 September 1997|
|Height:||190cm (6' 3")|
|Weight:||106kg (16st 10lb)|
Bayliss is one of the most exciting young back rowers in the country. He helped guide England U20 to a Six Nations Grand Slam and a place in the final of the 2017 World Rugby U20 Championship alongside Club teammate Zach Mercer.
His physical attributes stand out, even above and beyond his peers as an elite level back row player. His capacity for work and repeat efforts that Josh possesses is second to none, and his game continues to develop with his attacking support play and his defensive breakdown skills being real areas of strength, with the potential to be real points of difference for him as a Premiership performer in the future.
7 May 2021
One of the first games fans, players and staff from both sides look for when the fixtures are announced in the summer ahead of the Gallagher Premiership season. Read more
21 April 2021
It has been quite the journey for Josh Bayliss on his road to growing an affinity with Bath Rugby and cementing his place in the senior squad. Read more
14 August 2020
Bath Rugby captain Charlie Ewels will make his 100th appearance for the Club on Saturday as the Blue, Black and White face-up against London Irish in Round 14 of the Gallagher Premiership (kick-off 15:00, BT Sport Extra 1). Read more