Cameron Redpath (OS) Named in Scotland Squad for Six Nations
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Cameron Redpath, Old Sedberghian and current Bath Rugby player, has been named by Scotland Head Coach, Gregor Townsend, in their 35-man squad for the upcoming 2021 Six Nations Championships.
Cameron, son of former Scotland Captain Bryan Redpath, joined Sedbergh in 2016 to complete his A-levels. At the same time, his younger brother, Murray, joined Sedbergh and started in Year 10. Cameron, and his brother, both joined Sedgwick House and their Housemaster, Mr Oliver, is delighted at the news of Cameron’s selection.
“Sedbergh are very proud of Cameron and everything he has achieved thus far. We fully support his move to Scottish colours and we wish him all the very best.
I strongly suspect he will be around for the next decade and Cameron Redpath will be household name in years to come.” said Mr Oliver.
Director of Rugby at Sedbergh, Mr Mulholland, has also shared his admiration towards Cameron.
“Cameron is without doubt one of the most gifted and talented players I have ever seen or coached. His desire to consistently get the best out of both his individual game and what he instilled and demanded from his teammates day in day out, was simply remarkable.
I would like to wish him the very best of luck for his playing future with Scotland. The whole of the SSFC is behind him all of the way. We are so proud.“
Having played age-group rugby for both Scotland and England, Cameron made headlines back in 2018 as England Head Coach, Eddie Jones, named him in his squad to tour South Africa. Sadly, due to injury, Cameron never went on the tour but instead, recovered from his knee operation and completed his A-level studies here at Sedbergh.
Cameron left Sedbergh in 2018, having won two National titles (Daily Mail Trophy & Rosslyn Park National Schools Sevens) that year. He went on to join Sale Sharks and in February 2020, Cameron made the move to Bath where he has become a regular in their starting XV.