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Former Bath player Levi Davis missing in Spain

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

Appeals have been made as to the whereabouts of former Bath player and reality TV contestant Levi Davis, who has gone missing in Spain.


Davis was last seen at The Old Irish Pub in Barcelona on 29 October.

Former England international Tom Varndell raised the alarm on Twitter on Saturday, asking his followers to contact him if they had heard from the 24-year-old. “If anyone has seen or heard from Levi Davis in the last 2 weeks could you please drop me a message asap. Many thanks,” said the Wasps flyer turned player agent.

That post has since been followed by a similar social media post from Bath Rugby.

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Former English schoolboy rugby sensation turned American footballer running back Tyrese Johnson-Fisher had said he had spoken to Davis a few days previously, although that appears to have been before the last time he was seen in the Spanish city.

Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of Davis are asked to email

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.

Davis 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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