|Date of birth:||21 August 1990|
|Height:||201cm (6' 7")|
|Weight:||125kg (19st 10lb)|
Since arriving from London Irish in 2019, Josh McNally has been a terrific leader, not only in his actions but with his words too.
He was a late addition to the professional game having joined the Royal Air Force in 2009 as weapons technician and was allowed to join Henley Hawks as part of the Royal Air Force Rugby Union Centre of Excellence Scheme in 2012.
Impressing over a two-year period, McNally stepped into the professional game with London Welsh in 2014 before going on to represent London Irish.
It was with the Exiles suffered a minor stoke and extensive tests revealed a small hole in his heart, a condition known as Patent Foramen Ovale.
Following a minor procedure, the second row returned to the field and starred for Irish and was recognised by the UK Armed Forces as their Sportsman of the Year 2018.
McNally’s performances for Bath have been instrumental with a never-give-up approach and a desire to be the best he can be. That earned him the opportunity to play for his country where he won a first England cap against USA in the summer of 2021.
26 January 2023
Josh McNally will make his return to action from the start when Bath Rugby take on Sale Sharks in their first Gallagher Premiership match of 2023 on Friday night. Read more
29 July 2022
At the end of week three of pre-season, Bath Rugby Head of Medical Service Rory Murray has provided a squad injury update. Read more
9 May 2022
Will Muir was voted Bath Rugby Supporters’ Player of the Season at the Bath Rugby Annual Awards. Read more