Mieres, 32, is back for a fourth season with the club after featuring in 26 matches (23 starts) for the Arrows between 2019 and 2021.
Widely regarded as one of Major League Rugby’s deadliest finishers, the 5’11”, 170lb Uruguayan holds club records in several statistical categories, including tries scored (13), carry metres (1,751), linebreaks (28), and offloads (20).
Mieres’ career totals also include 73 tackles (90.1% completion), seven dominant tackles, 31 tackle breaks, and 738 kicking metres (19 kicks in play).
Mieres has collected 78 caps for Uruguay – second-most all-time for Los Teros – including making 66 starts and scoring 17 tries. He featured for his national team at both the 2015 and 2019 Rugby World Cup, and recently played a key role in helping Los Teros secure qualification for the 2023 tournament.
Mieres has also represented Uruguay at the Rugby World Cup Sevens in both 2013 and 2018, as well as at the Junior World Rugby Trophy in 2009, and played his grassroots rugby with his hometown club Lobos.
Updated: Jan. 20, 2022
|Position||Fullback / Wing|
|Hometown||Punta del Este, Uruguay|