We take a look at the life and times of Billy Twelvetrees after his Six Nations call-up by England.
Last Updated: 09/01/13 2:10pm
We take a look at the life and times of England's latest Elite Player Squad recruit, Billy Twelvetrees.
The fly-half made his name at Leicester but has now gone on to establish himself at Gloucester following a summer switch to Kingsholm. We take a look at his career to date...
1988: Born November 15 in Chichester, Twelvetrees was educated at Wisborough Green Primary and the Weald Secondary School in Billingshurst, West Sussex. He played his junior rugby at Pulborough.
2008: Scored four tries on his debut for Bedford Blues and finished as the joint leading try-scorer in the Championship with 18.
2009: October - Named man of the match on his Leicester debut after scoring 14 points in a 32-32 Heineken Cup draw with the Ospreys in October 2009.
2010: Scored all of Leicester's points in a 26-15 defeat by Australia at Welford Road.
2011: Selected in the England Saxons squad and was one of the home side's standout players in the Churchill Cup tournament.
2012: June - Moved to Gloucester at the end of a season in which he twice scored 29 points in a game, the highest individual match total of the campaign.
November - Trained with the England senior squad after being called up to provide injury cover.
2013: January 9 - Called into England's elite player squad for the RBS 6 Nations.