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Core Stats for the RPI Score

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  • 73 Influence

    Influence

    Measures the impact of a player 2 minutes prior to a winning moment
  • 74 Attacking

    Attacking

    Measures line breaks, beaten defenders, won penalties and successful offloads
  • 56 Territorial Kick Meters

    Territorial Kick Meters

    Measures territory gained from a kick
  • 29 Try Saver

    Try Saver

    Measures last-defender tackles made by the fullback

Left Wing Rankings

World

#81 / 188 +5

Gallagher Premiership

#13 / 33 +1

Position

Left Wing

Height

2.01m

Weight

115kg

DOB

30 Dec 1986

Bio

Matt Banahan is a converted second row forward who uses his massive frame to great effect whether playing in the centre or on the wing. He began his career at Bath Rugby and managed to score 10 tries in the 2007/08 season, leaving him second in the rankings for that year. Following exposure to international rugby with the sevens and Saxons sides, Banahan made his senior debut for England in June 2009 against Argentina, scoring a try and winning the man of the match accolade in the process.

Form

12 Months

Core Stats for the RPI Score

Hover for definitions

  • 73 Influence

    Influence

    Measures the impact of a player 2 minutes prior to a winning moment
  • 74 Attacking

    Attacking

    Measures line breaks, beaten defenders, won penalties and successful offloads
  • 56 Territorial Kick Meters

    Territorial Kick Meters

    Measures territory gained from a kick
  • 29 Try Saver

    Try Saver

    Measures last-defender tackles made by the fullback

Position

Left Wing

Height

2.01m

Weight

115kg

DOB

30 Dec 1986

Bio

Matt Banahan is a converted second row forward who uses his massive frame to great effect whether playing in the centre or on the wing. He began his career at Bath Rugby and managed to score 10 tries in the 2007/08 season, leaving him second in the rankings for that year. Following exposure to international rugby with the sevens and Saxons sides, Banahan made his senior debut for England in June 2009 against Argentina, scoring a try and winning the man of the match accolade in the process.
 
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