|Honours:||England U20s, England|
|Date of birth:||15 November 1997|
|Height:||192cm (6' 4")|
|Weight:||112kg (17st 9lb)|
Joe Cokanasiga has been unfortunate to suffer two serious injuries since the 2019 Rugby World Cup but he returned against Newcastle Falcons in February 2022 in devastating fashion.
The wing crossed for two tries to help Bath Rugby to their first bonus-point and away win of the 2021/22 campaign.
Born in Fiji, Cokanasiga moved to England ahead of his third birthday and was signed on by the London Irish Academy in 2015, making an impact in the Premiership Rugby Sevens tournament a year later.
He made his senior debut for Irish in the Championship and earned a switch to Bath in 2018. He earned his international debut in the same year, scoring against Japan, and has continued his fine scoring form for Eddie Jones' side with 11 tries in his first 11 caps.
A strong ball carrier, a powerful runner and evidently a brilliant finisher, Cokanasiga committed his future to Bath Rugby on a long-term deal in 2021.
17 May 2022
Six Bath Rugby players have been included in a 36-player England squad for a short training camp. Read more
26 April 2022
Round 24 is dedicated to Restart and we’re getting behind them to raise awareness and funds to support our players’ mental health. Read more
11 February 2022
In episode 22 of Bath Rugby Unseen, we follow a number of our returning players from injury as they begin to return to fitness and selection contention. Read more