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Family of Levi Davis offers reward in bid to find missing rugby player

By Ian Cameron
(Photo by Harry Trump/Getty Images)

The family of missing rugby player Levi Davis have offered a cash reward in a bid to find the 24-year-old.


Davis has now been missing for over a month after being last spotted in Barcelona’s city centre.

Davis – who is said to have been struggling with his mental health – was last seen at The Old Irish Pub in Barcelona on 29 October and while there have been a number of unconfirmed sightings of the former Bath winger, the trail appears to have gone cold.

Davis’ passport was found near the city’s port two weeks ago but sadly there has been little else to go on in the search for the former X Factor participant. The family had been told that a body had been found by Spanish police but thankfully it was not that of Davis.

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Davis had travelled by ferry from Ibiza, to visit a friend, and sent a video of the crossing to his mother, Julie.

Julie and the rest of the family, who have been travelling back and forth to Spain, have now offered an £11,000 reward for information that could lead them to locate Davis.

Davis played for Bath from 2017 to 2020, before signing for Ealing Trailfinders in the RFU Championship in 2020. He currently plays for Worthing RFC.

He was also part of the ‘Try Star’ rugby boyband that appeared on the Celebrity X-Factor alongside Ben Foden and Thom Evans in 2019. More recently the 5’11, 93kg winger has appeared on Channel 4’s ‘Celebs Go Virtual Dating’.


The then 22-year-old signed a contract with Bath in December 2017 and went on to make eight appearances for the first team, marking his debut for the West Country side with a try against London Irish.

An explosive winger, he represented England at Under 18s and 19s and had an impressive strike rate for Bath, where he scored four tries in eight outings for the club.


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