Belfast-born Jonny Bell joined Glasgow Warriors as attack coach in the summer of 2020, linking up with the Scotstoun side following a five-year stint at Gloucester.

A former centre, he represented his home province with distinction and won 96 caps for Ulster during an illustrious playing career.

The pinnacle of his playing career came in 1999, picking up the man-of-the-match award in Ulster's Heineken Cup final victory over Colomiers.

Bell also represented Ireland at the 1995 and 1999 Rugby World Cup tournaments, earning 36 caps for the men in green.

After hanging up his boots in 2005, Bell continued to work with Ulster and was appointed as assistant coach at the province in 2011.

He joined Gloucester in 2015, linking up with former team-mate David Humphreys as defence coach.

Bell also has experience as a head coach, taking over as interim boss of the Kingsholm side following the dismissal of Laurie Fisher in March 2017.

Date of birth: February 7 1974

Height: 5ft 11in

Glasgow Debut: 2020

Place of birth: Belfast, Northern Ireland

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