Danny Cipriani rugby player
Danny Cipriani rugby player

Danny Cipriani

2nd Nov 1987 1.85m/92kg Fly Half

Danny Cipriani joined Gloucester Rugby from Wasps ahead of the 2018-19 season. He has played for the Melbourne Rebels, Sale Sharks, Wasps, and the England national team. Since starting in the Wasps academy in 2003, Cipriani has been capped for England 16 times.

Cipriani joined Wasps Academy in 2003[3] and made his debut against Bristol aged 17 in December 2004 in the Powergen Cup. He played his last home match for London Wasps on 1 May 2010 against Cardiff Blues in the Amlin Challenge Cup semi-final. Cipriani was the first England international player to join an Australian rugby club who was playing in Super Rugby.

Cipriani signed a new three-year contract with Sale Sharks to join them at the beginning of the 2013/14 season. In February 2016 it was announced that Cipriani would rejoin the Wasps for the 2016/17 season and after two seasons with Wasps, Cipriani joined Gloucester Rugby for the 2018/19 season.

In May 2019 he was voted Player of the Year by the Rugby Players Association.

Cipriani hit the ground running in Cherry and White as he was named Gallagher Premiership Player of the Month for September and produced a number of sparkling performances as the season progressed.

He signed a contract extension in April 2019 and was named RPA Players' Player of the Year and Gallagher Premiership Player of the Year.

Career

England Saxons
Fly Half
2016 - present
image Gloucester Rugby
Fly Half
2018 - present
rebels Melbourne Rebels
Fly Half
2011 - 2012
sale-sharks Sale Sharks
Fly Half
2012 - 2016
ws Wasps
Fly Half
2004 - 2018
england England
Fly Half
2008 - 2018