Hatley Steve

by Russell Gibbs and Geoff Pillinger

Steve Hatley

Position: Scrum Half

Born: 16th August 1972 in Bulawayo, Rhodesia

Height: 6ft 1in

Weight: 14st 7lb




Debut game: 14th October 1997 v Oxford University (replacement for Ricky Pellow)

Competitive Debut: 14th February 1998 v London Wasps (replacement for Andy Nicol)

Final game:

Number of Appearances: 23

Career details:

Much travelled scrum half Steve Hatley made 23 appearances for Bath (scoring three tries), from 1997-1999, making his debut as a replacement for Ricky Pellow in a 60-15 win over Oxford University. The tall half back also crossed for three tries while with Bath, one at home to Bedford in October 1998 and a brace in a thumping win at West Hartlepool a fortnight later. Originally with Western Province in his native South Africa, Hatley was used in a rotation system with Pellow and Andy Nicol, and thus was freed to join London Irish in 1999,where he teemed up with several other Southern Hemisphere players.  After a brief spell with the Exiles Hatley moved on again, this time heading North and signing for Sale Sharks and appearing briefly for Fylde, on loan, after recovering from injury.

Bath Rugby Appearances: 1997/1998 – 1998/1999: 15(8)

Bath Rugby Points: 15 – 3t

S. Hatley







15 – 3t



15 – 3t

Signed From: Western Province (South Africa)

Transferred To: London Irish

Also Played For: Sale Sharks, Fylde (loan)

This page was added on 25/11/2014.

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