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Ignacio Fernandez Lobbe

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Ignacio Fernandez Lobbe
Player details
NameIgnacio Fernandez Lobbe
Age39
ClubUnassigned
PositionLock
BornBuenos Aires, Argentina
Height1.96m

Bath Squad List

Back :

  • Chris Cook
  • Michael Claassens
  • Mark McMillan
  • Jack Cuthbert
  • Nick Abendanon
  • Olly Woodburn
  • Tom Biggs
  • Ben Williams
  • Ollie Devoto
  • Sam Vesty
  • Stephen Donald
  • Tom Heathcote
  • Dan Hipkiss
  • Horacio Agulla
  • Matthew Banahan
  • Semesa Rokoduguni

Forward :

  • Brett Sharman
  • Ross Batty
  • Pieter Dixon
  • Ryan Caldwell
  • Francois Louw
  • Carl Fearns
  • Nick Koster
  • Josh Ovens
  • Guy Mercer
  • David Wilson
  • Paul James
  • Charlie Beech
  • Anthony Perenise
  • Nathan Catt
  • Kane Palma-Newport
  • Stuart Hooper
  • Dom Day
  • Dave Attwood
  • Will Spencer
  • Rob Webber
  • Lee Mears
  • Simon Taylor
  • Ben Skirving
  • Simon Taylor

Utility :

  • Kyle Eastmond

Ignacio Fernandez Lobbe NEWS

16th September 2010

Duo take Bath plunge

Bath have bolstered their second row options with the signings of Ignacio Fernandez-Lobbe and John van der Giessen.

24th May 2010

Lobbe heads Saints departures

Northampton have confirmed that nine players will leave the club, including former Argentina captain Ignacio Fernandez Lobbe.

14th June 2008

Scots win to help Hadden

Scotland beat Argentina 26-14 in the second Test to relieve the pressure on coach Frank Hadden.

1st April 2008

Mallinder poaches Lobbe

Northampton chief Jim Mallinder has returned to his former club Sale to sign Argentinean forward Ignacio Fernandez Lobbe.

29th October 2007

Sale roll out the big guns

Sale chief Philippe Saint-Andre is set to turn to his World Cup stars as the Sharks look to bounce back in the EDF Energy Cup.

11th October 2006

Prowling Tigers await champs

Leicester coach Pat Howard insists his men cannot wait to take on Munster.