Ryan Davis (rugby union)

Ryan Davis (born 11 November 1985, in England) is a rugby union player. Davis is a former England Under-16, Under-18 and Under-21 international, Davis captained his country at Under-21 level in the 2005 Six Nations and went on to play at the IRB Under-21 World Championship in France.

Ryan Davis
Birth nameRyan Raymond William Davis
Date of birth (1985-11-11) 11 November 1985 (age 35)
Place of birthBristol, England
Height1.79 m (5 ft 10 in)
Weight88 kg (13 st 12 lb; 194 lb) [1]
SchoolColston’s Collegiate School
UniversityNorthumbria University
Rugby union career
Position(s) Fly half, Centre
Current team Retired
Youth career
  Cleve RFC
Senior career
Years Team Apps (Points)
Bath Rugby
Exeter Chiefs
London Wasps
London Welsh
National team(s)
Years Team Apps (Points)
  England U16
England U18
England U19
England U21
National sevens team(s)
Years Team Comps

In 2006 Davis' unfortunately injured both knees, rupturing his ACL three times consecutively, reducing his time on pitch to a handful of games. After visiting the renowned Bill Knowles in North America, he made is comeback in 2010 representing Bath Rugby in every league fixture that year. Because of a succession of injuries — affecting his knee ligaments, Davis' premiership career was severely disrupted. Davis′ position of choice is as a Fly-half, but he can operate at Fullback or in the centres.

Coaching careerEdit

In 2014 Ryan Davis started his coaching career at Cleve RFC as Head Coach, Colstons Collegiate as 1st XV coach and Bath Academy as an assistant EPDG coach.

In his first appointment at Cleve RFC he gained promotion from South West 1 to National 3 in 2015, only losing 4 matches in 22 league games.

2017/18 Ryan was named head coach of Beechen Cliff and Bath Rugby 18's leading them to a RFU AASE final against Hartpury College and playoff against Wasps in the RFU Academy League.

He's currently a transition and skills coach for Bath Rugby 1st XV. He enjoys a Caramel bar at the end of every day.

Ryan also known as Ry Ry is a top slayer


  1. ^ "Bath Rugby - The Official Website". web page. Bath Rugby. Archived from the original on 31 July 2012. Retrieved 25 August 2011.



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