|Date of birth:||28 August 1987|
|Weight:||102kg (16st 1lb)|
Semesa Rokoduguni has been with Bath Rugby for over a decade and is a firm fan favourite. He is also proud Lance Corporal and reconnaissance tank soldier in the British Army.
Born in Fiji, the wing was invited to play for Bath United in 2012 after impressing for the Army and Army Sevens sides and quickly earned a full-time professional contract.
An astute attacking wing with raw power, an ability to beat defenders and finish superbly, he scored a try after just nine minutes on debut against Newport Gwent Dragons in the LV= Cup.
His performances over the first couple of years in a Bath jersey saw him included in an England Saxons squad before he made his Test debut against New Zealand, becoming the first serving British soldier to play for England since Tim Rodber in 1999.
Rokoduguni was called up by England for the 2015 Rugby World Cup and has earned four international caps in total, scoring four tries.
For Bath, he has featured over 180 times for the club and has scored over 50 Premiership tries in Blue, Black and White. A definite club legend.
9 May 2022
Will Muir was voted Bath Rugby Supporters’ Player of the Season at the Bath Rugby Annual Awards. Read more
15 April 2022
The award will be presented at the annual Bath Rugby Awards dinner, sponsored by Pol Roger, which will be held on the 30 April. Who will follow in the footsteps of recent winners, such as Matt Banahan, Tom Dunn and Ruaridh McConnochie? Read more
25 March 2022
LCpl Semesa Rokoduguni (SCOTS DG) has been named in the Army Men side to take on the RAF on Saturday in the opening round of the 2022 Inter-Services Championship. Read more