Bath’s Davies Ready to Hunt with Seawolves
Seattle, Washington – The Seattle Seawolves have signed former Bath and Blues’ fullback, Harry Davies
Hailing from Llantrisant, Wales, the young back-three option has a polished rugby resume with plenty of growth ahead. Davies began with Llantrisant
Rugby Football Club, the feeder team for the Cardiff Blues. At 17, he did just that and joined Cardiff’s academy side where he made 26 appearances
and scored eight tries. Progressing to the senior side, Davies also made five appearances paired with one try for the Cardiff Blues’ senior side.
During his time with Cardiff, he also spent time in Wales’ Sevens program and played in a handful of European tournaments for the Blues. He then
signed and debuted for Bath Rugby in 2017, playing in their preseason draw against Gloucester in the Anglo-Welsh Cup. Davies then shifted leagues
to the RFU Championship with the Bedford Blues for the 2018-19 season. No stranger to top-level competition, the 6’4, 225lb back won’t be afraid
to use his stride or contest in the air in Major League Rugby competition in 2020 dawning the Seattle blue and green.
“I’m looking forward to being part of a very strong successful club with a great culture in a great rugby city,” said Davies.
Watch Davies and the Seawolves at Starfire Stadium starting January 2020 with season tickets that can be purchased at
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