The Rievers won the match 51— He made his international debut for Wales during June in a Test against Japan , coming off the bench. In , regional rugby was launched in Wales, and Henson played for the Ospreys. He made his debut for the Ospreys as a substitute on 9 September in a match against Ulster , scoring two tries and kicking both a penalty and conversion to score 15 points.
He was moved to fly-half for the subsequent match against the Newport-Gwent Dragons, scoring 14 points from kicks. Henson returned to the international field for Wales in He played twice, and was on the bench for two other Tests. He was capped against both the All Blacks and Romania. Henson came to wider notice in with a series of performances in Wales' autumn internationals against New Zealand and South Africa.
Henson became a firm part of the Welsh starting line-up, and after playing at fullback in the second Test against Argentina and the first against South Africa, he played in the centres for the remainder of the season.
He remained on the team for the Six Nations Championship. In the northern hemisphere summer of the same year, Henson was named in the Lions squad for the tour of New Zealand.
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He was "devastated not to be playing" in the first Test. A groin injury delayed his return to club rugby in the autumn of the year. Within months of his Ospreys return, Henson was cited for kicking and elbowing Leicester prop Alex Moreno in a game against Leicester on 19 December He was initially suspended for ten weeks and two days: this period was reduced on appeal to seven weeks.
Following this suspension and a single game at club level, he returned to international rugby against Ireland. Comments about the Lions tour and remarks about other players ensured rapid publicity and Henson had to apologise to his teammates. He then started for of all of Wales Six Nations Championship games, Wales then went on to win the Grand Slam for the second time in four seasons.
Gavin Henson: My Grand Slam Year
Henson lost his first 6 Nations match in which he started on 21 March as Ireland beat Wales in Cardiff 17—15, to win the Grand Slam. On 13 July , British tabloid, The Sun , announced that Henson planned to retire immediately from rugby and spend more time sailing. Henson said, "I've certainly been having difficulties with the recurring injury but I have absolutely no intention of quitting the game".
In , Mike Turner of the Crusaders RL who at that time played in the Super League stated that if Henson ever thought of switching to rugby league the club would be happy to talk to him. On 27 October , Ospreys released a statement from Managing Director, Mike Cuddy, stating that Henson would be released from his contract with the province with immediate effect,  and that he would be returning to rugby with the English club Saracens. Henson had not played professional Rugby for 18 months before this announcement following his period of unpaid leave from the Ospreys.
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Henson had been reported as having trained with Saracens two days prior to this announcement on 25 October , leading to speculation that the return to professional rugby was imminent. Henson's agent, Matt Ginvert, stated that Henson will return to Rugby after completing his commitments with the BBC's Strictly Come Dancing programme, and Saracens chief executive Edward Griffiths said that he saw no reason why Henson would not compete for the club before Christmas The club, with their two first choice fly-halves out injured, had an available space in their squad under Top 14 regulations.
Henson had commented while at Saracens that he was frustrated not to be playing in his preferred position. On 4 June , Henson played his first match for Wales in 2 years, starting against the Barbarians , Henson put in a good performance, although he described his match as merely "showing glimpses of what he can do". The following day, it was announced that surgery on his wrist would keep him out for six to eight weeks, and that he would not be available for the pool stages of the World Cup.
In October , it was announced by his agent and subsequently various media outlets, that Henson had signed for the Cardiff Blues. The airline Flybe , which Henson was flying with, banned him from the airline for a six-month period.
He said "I am thrilled to be joining Bath this summer, and I look forward to becoming part of what looks a very exciting squad. I still very much want to be playing at the highest level, and Bath is a big Club with big plans. I know what is expected of me and I can't wait to get started.
Gavin Henson: My Grand Slam Year by Gavin Henson
Having improved his recent form with Bath, including influential appearances in the centre. Due to this improved form Henson, reportedly, rejected an approach by the Newport Gwent Dragons to sign an extension to his Bath contract. Henson has been included in the Probables squad for the Wales trial match on 30 May in Swansea but was unable to take part due to Premier Rugby Limited's the governing body of the English premiership decision not to release non English players outside the IRB test window. On 14 March , Henson returned to Wales to sign for the Dragons , back in the Pro14 , on a two-year contract from the —18 season.
In September , he featured in the ITV1 outdoor series 71 Degrees North , a challenge show set in Norway in which he finished in 2nd place, losing out to Marcus Patric. In August a series, The Bachelor , in which 25 young women battle it out on the French Riviera to win the heart of Henson "the Bachelor", began on Channel 5. Henson is name-checked in the parody song " Newport Ymerodraeth State of Mind ", which gained over 2 million hits on YouTube , although local rap group Goldie Lookin Chain later criticised the song and pointed out that Henson "rarely ventured to Newport.
His relationship with singer Charlotte Church has been well covered by the media in the United Kingdom. On 20 September , Church gave birth to a daughter. The couple split in March From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. ESPN Scrum.
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