|Name Jean-Philippe Baile|
Height 1.81 m
|Weight 93 kg|
Réactions d'après match - Bradford (R14)
Jean-Philippe Baile (born 7 June 1987) is a French professional rugby league footballer formerly of the Bradford Bulls in the Championship. He previously played for Catalans Dragons of Super League.
Jean-Philippe Baile's position of choice is as a centre.
He was part of the France squad for the 2008 Rugby League World Cup.
In 2010 he represented France again in the Alitalia European Cup, and he also played in the 2013 Rugby League World Cup, 2014 European Cup and 2015 European Cup. He also played for France in their 2015 European Cup mid-tournament test-match against England. He was a part what was considered a 'weakened' French side due to injury and it showed with an appalling showing against their opponents.
2015 - 2015 Season
Baile signed for Bradford on a 1 Year Deal. He featured in the pre-season friendly against Castleford Tigers.
He featured in Round 2 (Whitehaven) to Round 4 (Hunslet Hawks) then in Round 6 (Workington Town) to Round 7 (Halifax). He featured in Round 10 (Doncaster) then in Round 12 (Whitehaven) to Round 16 (Doncaster). Jean featured in Qualifier 7 (Halifax). Jean played in the £1 Million Game against Wakefield Trinity Wildcats. Baile also played in the Challenge Cup in Round 5 (Hull Kingston Rovers). He scored against Featherstone Rovers (1 try).
2016 - 2016 Season
Baile did not feature in any of the pre-season friendlies.
He played in Round 8 (Halifax). Baile left the club halfway through the season.
Statistics do not include pre-season friendlies.