Max Bodilly

About Max
DOB 09/09/1994
Born Truro
Height 6ft 1in / 1.85m
Weight 13st 5lbs / 86kg

Position Centre
Total Appearances 35
Total Tries 7
Total Points 35

Cornishman Max Bodilly is a product of the Chiefs Academy, starting out at Truro College, and working his way into the senior ranks at Sandy Park.

Initially introduced to rugby as a youngster with the Pirates Youth Section, the fleet-footed back has since gone on to establish himself as a dangerous runner with an eye for try-scoring.

He made his senior Chiefs debut in an LV= Cup encounter at home to the Ospreys in January 2014 and progressed on to represent Exeter in the Aviva Premiership, Anglo-Welsh and European Champions Cup.

During the 2014/15 season, Bodilly played a key role in helping the Chiefs reach a second successive LV= Cup final, even scoring twice that day in a narrow defeat to Saracens at Franklin’s Gardens.

To help Bodilly’s game development, he has dual-registered for the past few seasons with the Pirates, featuring regularly for the Cornish club in the Championship.

Last season he was again part of the Chiefs side that reached the Anglo-Welsh Cup Final, this time being edged out to Leicester Tigers, and also featured twice in the Premiership and also once in the Champions Cup against a star-studded ASM Clermont-Auvergne outfit.

Season Stats
  • Minutes Played80
  • Points0
  • Tries0
  • Conversions0
  • Conversions Missed0
  • Penalty Goals0
  • Penalty Goals Missed0
  • Drop Goals0
  • Drop Goals Missed0
  • Carries12
  • Metres Gained18
  • Average Gain1.50
  • Clean Breaks0
  • Defenders Beaten1
  • Offloads0
  • Try Assists0
  • Passes6
  • Kicks In Play1
  • Tackles3
  • Tackles Missed1
  • Turnovers Won0
  • Turnovers Conceded3
  • Yellow Cards0
  • Red Cards0
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