- DOB15 Jul 1996
James Fish began his rugby journey in his hometown Derby at just eight, before rising through the Saints Academy ranks and signing his first senior Club contract ahead of the 2019/20 season.
Fish made his debut against Newcastle Falcons in November 2016 before scoring twice during an Anglo-Welsh Cup fixture against Scarlets.
But it was during the 2018/19 campaign, where the hooker took his opportunity in an injury-struck Saints side, that Fish really broke into the first-team – adding some 24 appearances and three tries to his tally with Saints securing their first knock-out rugby in four years, and Fish starting the Gallagher Premiership semi-final against Exeter Chiefs.
Winning the NatWest Vase with Trent College in 2014, Fish also earned international honours as he represented England Under-18s on a tour of South Africa later that year.
The hooker also helped the Wanderers lift both the 2017 and 2018 Premiership Rugby A League trophies, defeating Gloucester United and Exeter Braves in respective finals to claim the titles.