Cameron Redpath was a recognised talent during his days at Sedbergh School.
He represented Scotland U16 and U18 as well as England U18 and U20 in his youth, and was taken on tour by England to South Africa aged just 18, but was never capped.
He was a product of the Sale Sharks academy, and made 27 appearances across two and a half seasons with the club. Redpath then moved to Bath Rugby, finishing the 2019/20 season there.
In the 2020/21 season, he made 10 appearances in the Premiership for Bath, scoring three tries.
Redpath burst onto the international scene with an outstanding debut performance in Scotland’s 11-6 win against England at Twickenham in 2021.
His father, Bryan, is a former Scotland captain who won 60 caps and was part of the 1999 Five Nations championship-winning side.
Injury prevented Redpath from further adding to his Scotland caps in 2021, but he made his return to action with Bath in January 2022 and was subsequently recalled by Scotland ahead of the 2022 Guinness Six Nations, where he earned a second cap against Wales in Cardiff.
Date of birth: 23/12/1999
Scotland Debut: 06/02/2021
Place of birth: Narbonne