Gavin Henson rugby player
Gavin Henson rugby player

Gavin Henson

1st Feb 1982 1.83m/93kg Inside Centre

Former IRB Junior Player of the Year Gavin Henson joined Bath Rugby for the 2013/14 season from London Welsh. In 2005, he was instrumental in Wales winning their first Grand Slam in 27 years, announcing himself as an astute all-rounder at centre.

Wales repeated this feat in 2008, with Henson at the defensive helm of the Welsh midfield. A British and Irish Lion on the 2005 tour to New Zealand, the Bridgend-born Henson was an original member of the Ospreys region from its inception in 2003, where he secured two domestic titles and the Anglo-Welsh Cup .

Henson has made previous stints at Saracens and also for Toulon.

On 23 January 2015, it was announced Henson would be leaving Bath to join RFU Championship side Bristol on a one-year deal but was released four months early from his Bath contract to take his place in the Bristol ranks, being replaced at Bath by incoming London Irish utility back Tom Homer.

Henson, 35, won the last of his 33 Wales caps against England in 2011 and also played one Test for the British and Irish Lions in 2005.

In March 2017, Henson signed a deal with Welsh side Newport Gwent Dragons, this deal will see Henson return to a Welsh side for the first time since leaving Cardiff Blues in 2012.

(DH July 2017)

Career

dreago Dragons
Fly Half
2017 - present
R2fRSPlg British & Irish Lions
Inside Centre
2005 - 2005
ospreys Ospreys
Inside Centre
2003 - 2009
toulon_rugby_logo RC Toulon
Inside Centre
2011 - 2011
saracens Saracens
Inside Centre
2010 - 2011
cardiff Cardiff Blues
Inside Centre
2011 - 2012
lrg-1235119352-London_Welsh London Welsh
Inside Centre
2012 - 2013
wales Wales
Inside Centre
2001 - 2015
bath Bath Rugby
Inside Centre
2013 - 2015
image Bristol Bears
Fly Half
2016 - 2017