Position: Back Row
Honours: England U20s
Date of birth: 29 September 1994
Height: 193cm (6' 4")
Weight: 113kg (17st 11lb)
Minutes played1048
Try assists0
Metres gained197
Turnovers won4
Turnovers conceded12
Lineouts Won0
Drop goals0
Yellow cards0
Red cards0

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Lock Tom Ellis is an Old Millfieldian who joined the Senior Academy in 2013/14.  

Ellis was a member of the England U18s squad which was crowned champions of Europe in March 2013. He followed this up in 2014 as a member of England U20s Junior World Cup Championship-winning squad. 

Following in the footsteps of some of his illustrious sporting relatives (uncle Brian Roberts threw the javelin for Great Britain), Ellis has won representative honours in the 800 metres, shot put, high jump and basketball.

In 2014/15, an injury crisis at the Club saw Ellis and Charlie Ewels promoted to first team action against Glasgow Warriors in the Champions Cup – both players’ senior debuts. 

Ellis switched to the back row in the summer of 2016 and he hasn't looked back since. His performances throughout the 2016-17 season earned him a call-up to the England squad to face the Barbarians, but unfortunately a knee injury ruled him out of making his international debut. However, 2017/18 promises to be a big year for Club and country for Ellis. 

Bath Rugby showcase success with ‘Move Like a Pro’ initiative

15 May 2019

Bath Rugby have been working in partnership with Thatchers Cider over the past 12 weeks on Gallagher Premiership Rugby’s’ ‘Move Like a Pro’ (MLAP) Programme. Read more 

Ellis targets improvements ahead of Kingsholm test

11 April 2019

Despite helping Bath Rugby to a bonus-point victory last weekend against Bristol Bears at Twickenham, Tom Ellis admits that there is room for improvement ahead of Saturday’s West Country derby at Kingsholm. Read more 

Jaffa launches Healthy Living with Bath Rugby Community

20 January 2016

Jaffa, Bath Rugby’s Official Community Partner, recently launched its Healthy Living programme at Shaw Primary School in Melksham – with a little help from two young rugby stars. Read more 

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