Bath Rugby Welcomes Josh Lewis

The fly-half Josh Lewis has signed for Bath Rugby and would join the club for 2017/18 season from Ebbw Vale.


Bath Rugby is indeed overjoyed to welcome Lewis. His form in Ebbw Vale SWALEC Championship 2013 achieved a move to the Scarlets and is now waiting to make his presence felt in the West Country. This player from Sydney is popular for his halfback and has played for Sydney Roosters and Gold Coast Titans in the National Rugby League. Lewis made his first appearance by playing in 2006 for the Roosters. He was on the lookout to achieve his initial position and was released from his previous contract. Thereafter he became a part of the Gold Coast Titans in the 2007 season. His first match was definitely one of the best performances he showed as he kicked the field goal with 2 tries against the South Sydney Rabbitohs.

The 25 year old has shown his standout performances which made him earn this great deal with the West Wales region. His development continued to show to win the Principality Premiership with Llanelli as he gathered scores of 350 in 36 games. The fly-half came in 2016 to Gwent so as to rejoin the club that had won premiership champions.

When Lewis signed for Bath Rugby, he expressed his excitement over his decision to join the team. It is a great opportunity for Lewis as he would continue to show progress in his game. He is looking forward to this great challenge. Todd Blackadder, the director of Rugby feels that Lewis is a great fly-half and will definitely show his best performances. His dedication and competition towards the game will certainly motivate the team to take the game forward. We have seen glimpses of what Lewis has achieved in Wales and there is excitement to see him accomplish his skill at Bath Rugby. The director and Bath Rugby are elated with his entry.