James Grayson rugby player
James Grayson rugby player

James Grayson

26th Jun 1998 1.87m/78kg Fly Half

A frank admission comes from James Grayson, who plays at fly-half in the same position as his father Paul, the winner of 32 caps and scorer of 400 points for England from 1995/2004. He was also a member of the triumphant 2003 RWC squad.

He was educated at Northampton School for Boys and at Moulton College, where he was rugby captain, and is a new member of Northampton Saints Academy for 2016/17. He played for the Saints in the Singha Premiership Sevens in August in 2017. James has also been on loan for Old Northamptonians where his grandfather first took him at the age of four.

Grayson continued his great form into the England under-20s side, featuring in both the 2017 and 2018 Six Nations and World Rugby Under-20s Championships for England.

In December 2018, he signed his first senior contract with Northampton Saints.

(LS December 6, 2018)

Career

england England U20's
Fly Half
2017 - present
nh-saints Northampton Saints
Fly Half
2017 - present