Max Lahiff rugby player
Max Lahiff rugby player

Max Lahiff

9th Dec 1989 1.85m/117kg Loosehead Prop

Born in London, Lahiff started his career at London Irish, making over 50 appearences in 4 years.

In 2013 he moved to Hawke's Bay and then on to the Rebels in 2014 where he was also a member of the NSW Country Eagles side that played in the NRC.

In 2015 he signed a deal with Bath, his strong scrummaging & good technique were what then coach, Neal Hatley, spoke of after announcing the move.

Only days after being announced as a Bath player, Lahiff scored against Ospreys on his debut at the Rec. After a chain of favourable performances, Lahiff re-signed for Bath for a further 2 years.

In July 2019, Lahiff signed with Clermont as cover for the Rugby World Cup, having played over 100 Premiership matches, however, the deal was abandoned due to a medical condition. He then signed for Bristol Bears.

Career

image Bristol Bears
Loosehead Prop
2019 - present
london-irish London Irish
Loosehead Prop
2012 - 2013
Untitled Hawke's Bay
Loosehead Prop
2013 - 2014
rebels Melbourne Rebels
Loosehead Prop
2014 - 2015
image NSW Country Eagles
Loosehead Prop
2014 - 2015
bath Bath Rugby
Loosehead Prop
2015 - 2019
image Clermont Auvergne
Loosehead Prop
2019 - 2019