Callum Sheedy rugby player
Callum Sheedy rugby player

Callum Sheedy

28th Oct 1995 1.72m/83kg Fly Half

Sheedy was born in the Welsh capital and attended the city's Corpus Christie High School until the age of 16.

He learned his craft with the juniors at the city's St Peter's club and was on the radar of Cardiff Blues for a time.

But he then took up the offer of a scholarship at the renowned Millfield School, where Sir Gareth Edwards' talents were honed.

Sheedy captained the Millfield team and led them to a historic win in one of England's most prestigious schoolboy tournaments - the Rosslyn Park Sevens.

His versatility and all-round skill saw him attract the attention of several big English clubs, but Bristol persuaded him to throw his lot in with them.

He did not start a competitive game for the west country club until the final match of the 2016 regular season against Bedford Blues.

In March 2017, he re-signed with Bristol Rugby for the 2017/18 season and beyond.

A new deal soon followed in November 2017, which saw Sheedy commit to Bristol until at least 2020.

The Welshman scored twenty-two points in a stunning display in the play-off final to help Bristol achieve promotion.

He heads into the 2018/19 season with 3 appearances for Bristol, scoring 210 points.

(LS August 2018)

Career

image Bristol Bears
Fly Half
2016 - present
MZqJdmeP Jersey Reds
Fly Half
2017 - present
image England XV
Fly Half
2019 - present