Miles Reid, born on September 5, 1998, has emerged as a talented rugby union player for Bath Rugby. Primarily playing as a back row forward, Reid's career has been marked by his impressive performances and leadership qualities.
He made his senior debut for Bath in January 2018, showcasing his potential and contributing to the team's victory over Newcastle Falcons in the Anglo-Welsh Cup.
One of his standout moments came in a match against Ospreys, where Reid's performance played a significant role in Bath's triumph, securing their place in the semi-finals of the 2017-18 Anglo-Welsh Cup.
His powerful ball-carrying ability and strong defensive skills have earned him recognition both at the club level and on the international stage. In 2021, Eddie Jones, the head coach of the England national team, included Reid in a summer training squad, highlighting his potential and future prospects.
Having progressed through the Bath Rugby Academy, Reid's development has been remarkable. Despite encountering serious injuries along the way, he has consistently bounced back with determination and resilience, making a significant impact in domestic competitions and European rugby.
Beyond his on-field contributions, Reid is known for his humility and exemplary behavior, serving as a role model for aspiring players within the academy.
In February 2022, Reid achieved another milestone in his career when he captained Bath Rugby for the first time in a memorable bonus-point victory over Newcastle Falcons.
This further emphasized his leadership qualities and the trust placed in him by the coaching staff. With his dynamic playing style, strong character, and continuous growth, Miles Reid continues to make his mark in the world of rugby, representing Bath Rugby with distinction and setting an example for young players to follow.
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