Henry Trinder is one of the most successful of Gloucester Rugby's recent Academy starlets.
2008-9 saw him play regularly for Moseley in National League Division One, represent England U20s in the Six Nations and also make his first team breakthrough for Gloucester Rugby. Trinder was named in the England U20 squad for the Junior World Championship in Japan in June 2009.
2010-11 was a superb season for Trinder as he scored 13 tries in 23 appearances, represented England against the Barbarians and the Saxons in the Churchill Cup.
Has been desperately unlucky with injuries over the past few seasons and it was a significant moment when he passed 100 appearances for the club.
2016-17 saw him make his way back into first team contention as he made 12 appearances, while 2017-18 saw him make a career high 25 appearances, scoring 11 tries, and he earned a call-up to the England side to play the Barbarians at Twickenham in May.
Passing 150 first team appearances in 2018-19, Trinder enjoyed a well-deserved testimonial season in 2019-20.