Brasher Tim

by Geoff Pillinger

Tim Brasher

Position: Wing

Born: 16th March 1971 in Australia






Debut game: 05th October 2003 v London Wasps (replacement for Matt Perry)

First Full game: 12th October 2003 v Rotherham Titans

Final game:  v Leicester Tigers

Number of Appearances: 3

Career details:

Australian born Tim Brasher made the briefest of impressions in his Bath Rugby career playing just three times for the Blue, Black and Whites during the 2003 Rugby World Cup as cover for Bath’s injury hit back line. Making his debut as a replacement for Matt Perry in the 20-19 win at the Causeway Stadium, Wycombe, the hard running back started a week later in the 47-3 victory at home to the Rotherham Titans in what was to be his only start. His final game for the club was as a replacement for Robbie Kydd in the 31-17 win against Leicester Tigers at the Rec. A former Rugby League international for his native Australia, Tim was a member of the Kangaroos World Cup winning sides of 1992 and 1995. A legend in the league code he played sixteen tests for Australia and appeared in 21 State of Origin clashes for New South Wales whilst representing Balmain, South Sydney and the North Queensland Cowboys. Tim was also selected for the Scotland Rugby League World Cup squad in 2001. Brasher retired from top class rugby league in 2002, but kept up his fitness and was offered terms with Widnes Vikings Rugby League for 2004.

Bath Rugby Appearances: 2003/04: 1(2)

T. Brasher







Signed From: Brisbane Broncos Rugby League

Transferred To: Widnes Rugby League

Also Played For: Australia Rugby League, Scotland Rugby League, Balmain Rugby League (Australia), South Sydney Rugby League (Australia), New South Wales Rugby League (Australia), North Queensland Cowboys (Rugby League)

This page was added on 05/09/2014.

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