Angus Blyth

  • 21 Age
  • 120kg Weight
  • 204cm Height

Biography

Angus Blyth continues to develop as one of the most promising locks in Australian Rugby.

After making his St.George Reds debut in the final match of the 2018 Super Rugby season, Blyth built on this experience with a further seven caps in 2019 that included his maiden Super Rugby try against the Waratahs at Suncorp Stadium and making his starting debut a week earlier in Melbourne against the Rebels.

Blyth formed a formidable partnership with fellow tall timber Harry Hockings at U20s level for both Queensland and Australia, before teaming up with each other for Bond University Queensland Country and now with the Reds.

Blyth is also a recipient of the John Eales Rugby Excellence Scholarship at Bond University, which recognises exceptional Rugby players with strong academic, leadership and community skills.

Highlights

2019

Capitalised on his maiden taste of the Super Rugby the previous year with seven matches for the Reds. Made his starting debut at lock in Round 13 loss against the Rebels in Melbourne, before scoring his maiden Super Rugby try the following round at Suncorp Stadium against the Waratahs.

2018

Represented the Australian U20s at the Oceania Rugby U20 Championships and the World Rugby U20 Championships. Made his Super Rugby debut against the Sunwolves in the Reds final match of 2018. Played in every match for Bond University Queensland Country in 2018, including playing in the Grand Final against Fijian Drua and finished the season with two tries.

2017

A member of Queensland’s undefeated U20s which claimed the national title. Featured throughout Queensland Country’s title-winning National Rugby Championship campaign.

Representative Honours

Australian Schools Barbarians (2016)

Queensland U20s (2017) 

Australian U20s (2017-2018)

Queensland Country NRC (2017-2018)

Queensland (2018-)