| Luke Baldwin|
| Worcester Warriors|
The Judd School
| (1990-09-15) 15 September 1990 (age 25)|
Royal Tunbridge Wells, England
Luke Baldwin Wikipedia
Luke Baldwin (born 15 September 1990) is a rugby union player born in Royal Tunbridge Wells, England. He plays for Aviva Premiership side, Worcester Warriors as a scrum-half.
Baldwin was educated at The Judd School in Tonbridge, where he also played rugby for them. In 2003, he represented Judd at Kent County Athletics U13 Championships at Canterbury High School, finishing third in the 75-metre hurdles and fourth in the 100-metres.
Baldwin started playing rugby for Tunbridge Wells RFC. In 2006, he signed with Saracens Academy where he trained while also playing for Tunbridge Wells until 2009. After leaving Tunbridge Wells, he was loaned to Blackheath F.C.. He made his debut for Saracens in 2010 and went on to make 5 first team appearances for Saracens.
In 2010, he was loaned to RFU Championship side, Bedford Blues as part of a player linkup. In 2012, he returned to Bedford Blues on a dual registration with Saracens. While at Bedford, he received praise for his performances. He also represented Saracens in the Premiership Rugby Sevens Series while also playing for Bedford Blues in the RFU Championship. In 2013, he left Saracens and Bedford Blues and signed for Bristol Rugby, playing his final game for Bedford against London Welsh. On 17 February 2015, Baldwin left Bristol to join local rivals Worcester Warriors who make their move to the Aviva Premiership from the 2015-16 season.
In 2007, he was selected to play for the Kent RFU and was later called up for London & South East Under-18s. In 2008, he was selected to play for England under-16s. In 2010, Baldwin was selected to play for England Counties XV against AIB Ireland Club XV and the France amateur national rugby union team. In 2012, he played for RFU Championship XV against the Māori All Blacks after being selected by Bedford Blues coach, Mike Rayner.