Sweet Matthew

by Russell Gibbs and Geoff Pillinger

Matthew Sweet

Position: Prop

Born: 30th January 1975 in Harrogate






Debut game:25th March 1997 v The Army (scored one try)

Final game: 25th March 1997 v The Army

Number of Appearances: 1

Career details:

Prop forward Matthew Street played only one match in a short Bath Rugby career, but he capped it with a try. The front row player crossed in the 26pts-16pts defeat of the Army on the 25th March 1997 when he lined up in a front row alongside Sam Clark and Gary French. Matthew left the club and joined local club Keynsham. From there he had a short spell at the Nedlands club in Australia before returning to England and playing for Plymouth Albion. Matt, who has represented Scottish Exiles, Somerset Under-21s and England Universities, won an Oxford Blue in 2003 coming on as a replacement for Canadian international Kevin Tchachuk in the Oxford front row during 11pts-11pts draw in the Varsity Match. 

Bath Rugby Appearances: 1996/1997: 1

Bath Rugby Points: 5 – 1t

M. Street





5 – 1t



5 – 1t

Signed From: Bath Rugby Academy

Transferred To: Keynsham

Also Played For: Plymouth Albion, Nedlands (Australia)

This page was added on 29/12/2014.

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