Jonathan continued his impressive development last season after enjoyed a breakthrough 2010/11 campaign. He made 17 appearances for the Exiles last season scoring seven tries.
He was rewarded with a place on England's tour of South Africa where he played in all three Test matches, of which he started two.
JJ, as he is known around London Irish, was a part of the England U20's squad that finished second at last summer's Junior World Championship, playing on the wing and at full back. Along with Owen Farrell, Christian Wade and Joe Lauchbury, JJ has graduated into the England senior set up one year after finishing with the U20s.
JJ was the recipient of the London Irish try of the season award for the second consecutive season for his individual effort away against Harlequins in February 2012. Joseph was the beneficiary of the Young Player of the Season award at the 2010/11 end of season celebration.
The outside centre made his first England appearance against the Barbarians at Twickenham in May scoring two tries. He was part of the England squad that toured South Africa last summer where he palyed in all three Test matches.
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|Weight:||90kgs / 14st 2lbs|
|Height:||180cm / 5ft 11ins|
|Date of Birth:||21/05/1991|
|Former Clubs:||Bath Rugby, London Irish Academy|
|Representative Honours:||, England Saxons|
|Jonathan's Club Stats:||This Season||Club Total|
|Jonathan's Test Stats:||Win Rate||Total|
|Country||Won: 3 Drawn: 1 Lost: 2||England|
|Drop Goals||-||International Points||-|