Players & Staff at The Cornish Pirates...
The Cornish Pirates announced early in September, 2017, that hooker James Fish had signed for the club on a dual-registration agreement with Premiership club Northampton Saints.
Arriving as a member of the Saints Senior Academy, the 21-year-old first played rugby at Derby, aged eight, whilst he later developed his game as a Sixth form student at Trent College, during which he was a NatWest Vase winner at Twickenham in 2014.
James has also earned international honours, representing England under 16s South before representing England Under 18s on tour to South Africa in 2014.
Breaking into Northampton’s first team squad in the 2016-17 season, he made his debut against Newcastle Falcons in November before scoring twice during the Anglo-Welsh Cup fixture against Scarlets.
The hooker also helped Northampton’s ‘Wanderers’ side lift the 2017 Aviva ‘A’ League trophy, after defeating Gloucester United in the final.
What item can you not travel without when on an away trip?
If you could attend any sporting event in the world, what would it be?
What training drill do you dread the most?
If you could be any other team mate for a week who would it be and why?
Yet to find out!
Tell us something that the supporters may not already know about you?
I speak a bit of Spanish
Where is your favourite place in cornwall?
Graham Stone's house
If you were not working in high performance sport what job/career would you like to do?