Vastly experienced back-row Jonathan Thomas moved to Sixways in 2013 from Ospreys, where he made a club record equaling 188 appearances.
Thomas was instantly handed the captain’s armband by Director of Rugby Dean Ryan and racked-up 25 appearances during his first season at the club.
During a decade at Ospreys, Thomas helped his side to two RaboDirect PRO12 titles and two second-place finishes. He also appeared in 52 Heineken Cup matches and scored 14 tries in all competitions.
The 6ft 5in, number eight, who can also operate at flanker and lock, has impressed on the international stage and scored seven tries during 67 appearances for Wales.
Thomas broke into the Welsh set-up during the summer tour to Australia in 2003 and later played a starring role in the 2003 Rugby World Cup.
His eye-catching performance against New Zealand in the final group game announced his talents to the wider rugby world.
The Pembroke-born ace was named in eight consecutive Six Nations squads between 2004 and 2011 and featured in the Grand Slam winning teams of 2005 and 2008.
Thomas was also selected for the 2007 Rugby World Cup and appeared against Canada before scoring against Australia.
|DOB||27th Dec 1982|
|Height||1.96 m (6' 5")|
|Weight||112 kg (17 st 8 lb)|
|Position||Back Row / Lock|
|Honours||Wales (67 caps)|
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