Woodrow Mark

by Russell Gibbs and Geoff Pillinger

Mark Woodrow

Position: Fly Half

Born: 16th September 1980 in Bristol






Debut game: 2nd March 2001 v Bristol (Phil de Glanville & Adedayo Adebayo Testimonial – replacement for Paul Thirlby)

Final game: 2nd March 2001 v Bristol

Number of Appearances: 1

Career details:

Mark Woodrow had the briefest of brief Bath careers playing just fifteen minutes of the 2001 Testimonial match for Phil de Glanville and Adedayo Adebayo. Mark came on at half time for Paul Thirlby and was himself replaced by old boy Audley Lumsden. He went on to become an electrician by trade and famously starred for the Pertemps Bees (formerly Birmingham Solihull) as they caused the biggest Powergen Cup shock of recent times with a 28pts-24pts victory over then Champions London Wasps in the quarter final at the Causeway Stadium, Wycombe. Mark claimed eighteen points from six penalties to see the Bees home and then played in the semi final match with Newcastle Falcons that ended in defeat. Started his career with Dings Crusaders and latterly worked as an electrician in Bristol whilst playing for the Bees and keeping former Scottish international Craig Chalmers out of the starting line up.

Mark was a prolific goal kicker scoring 2613 points in 300 appearances in English/Italian rugby.


Bath Rugby Friendly Appearances 2000/2001 – to date: (1)

Signed From: Bath Rugby Academy

Transferred To: Released

Also Played For: Exeter Chiefs, Newbury, Dings Crusaders, Pertemps Bees, Patenope and Viadana in Italy ( Bristol Sonics (Rugby League)

This page was added on 31/12/2014.

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