|Honours:||Wales (50 caps)|
|Date of birth:||9 January 1987|
|Height:||188cm (6' 2")|
|Weight:||92kg (14st 7lb)|
Priestland is an integral part of the game Bath Rugby want to play and acts as an ambassador to the younger players coming through the Player pathway at the Club.
The Welsh international fly-half joined Bath Rugby in 2015 from Scarlets and has since developed his game management, making 93 caps for the Club to date and having 49 in the European competitions.
The fly-half is a great game manager and knows what parts of the pitch to put the ball in to apply pressure to the opposition. An assured goal kicker, the number 10 is also relentless in defence and holds the element of surprise when going forward.
1 November 2019
Bath Rugby have made six changes the starting line-up, with Charlie Ewels captaining the side against Wasps at the Ricoh Arena tomorrow afternoon (kick-off 15:00). Read more
5 April 2019
“It’s taken a while to get to this point but the process has been completely transparent all the way. This has always been an incredibly important contract for me at this stage of my career and I am delighted to be staying at the Club. We are all striving to be better at what we do every day from the squad to the coaches and I really believe that our best performances lie ahead of us.” Read more
26 February 2017
A dogged derby was played out at Ashton Gate in the Aviva Premiership, with Bath Rugby having to settle for a losing bonus point after encountering a determined Bristol Rugby, final score 12-11. Read more