Dave Attwood – England Rugby Player
Dave Attwood born 5 -04 1987 in Bristol, England is a rugby union player, he is played on lock positions and he is 6′ 7″ tall and one of the strong player of England team. Surgery on a caught nerve in his neck precluded David Attwood of dispute for a place in England’s Six Nations Championship squad in 2016. He burned through 12 weeks on the sidelines before coming back to Aviva Premiership activity against Saracens in April and the next month showed up in the opposition against Leicester Tigers. David went ahead to lead England Saxons to arrangement securing triumphs over South Africa.
Dave Attwood joined Bath Rugby toward the begin of the 2011/12 season. Initially from Bristol, the 6ft 7in bolt showed up for Gloucester before doing the change to Bath. His lineout ability and physicality around the field has seen him turn into a broadly regarded individual from the Bath Rugby squad, and backbone in the pack – he showed up in the Blue, Black and White in January 2015 against Wasps.
David along these lines showed up against Australia in the pre-winter and in each RBS 6 Nations Championship coordinate a year ago before playing off the seat in two Tests against New Zealand that June. He has 9 caps in RBS 6 Nations Championship.