Thursday, 25 August 2016

Bath Rugby team to face Leinster


15 Anthony Watson
14 Semesa Rokoduguni
13 Max Clark
12 Dan Bowden
11 Jeff Williams
10 Rhys Priestland
9 Kahn Fotuali’i
1 Nick Auterac
2 Ross Batty
3 Henry Thomas
4 Luke Charteris
5 Dave Attwood
6 Matt Garvey (c)
7 David Denton
8 Taulupe Faletau

Replacements

16 Tom Dunn
17 Nathan Catt
18 Max Lahiff
19 Charlie Ewels
20 Tom Ellis
21 David Sisi
22 Will Homer
23 George Ford


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Wednesday, 24 August 2016

Bath Rugby have revealed who their club captain will be for 2016/17



The honour of succeeding Stuart Hooper as the leader of the Blue, Black and Whites has gone to Guy Mercer, the openside flanker who grew up and went to school in the city.

England fly-half George Ford, who played a crucial role in this summer's historic series win against Australia, has been made vice-club captain.


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Friday, 19 August 2016

Bath Rugby team to face Scarlets


15. Tom Homer

14. Jeff Williams

13. Jonathan Joseph

12. Max Clark

11. Matt Banahan

10. Rhys Priestland

9. Kahn Fotuali’i

1. Nick Auterac

2. Tom Dunn

3. Henry Thomas

4. Dave Attwood

5. Charlie Ewels

6. David Denton

7. Guy Mercer ( c )

8. Taulupe Faletau


Replacements

16. Ross Batty

17. Nathan Catt

18. Kane Palma-Newport

19. Luke Charteris

20. Matt Garvey

21. Tom Ellis

22. David Sisi

23. Will Homer

24. George Ford

25. Dan Bowden

26. Anthony Watson

27. Harry Davies


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Friday, 12 August 2016

Rugby's back! Bath team to play Yorkshire Carnegie

Bath Rugby XV

15. Tom Homer
14. Jeff Williams
13. Max Clark
12. Dan Bowden
11. Harry Davies
10 Rory Jennings
9. Will Homer
1. Beno Obano
2. Michael Van Vuuren
3. Kane Palma-Newport
4. Elliott Stooke
5. Matt Garvey (c)
6. Tom Ellis
7. David Sisi
8. Zach Mercer

Subs
16. Gabriel Oghre
17. Nick Auterac
18. Max Lahiff
19. Charlie Ewels
20. Levi Douglas
21. Alex Humfrey
22. Chris Cook
23. Adam Hastings
24. Darren Atkins
25. Matt Banahan


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Wednesday, 3 August 2016

Something for the Bath fans to smile about

England stars Jonathan Joseph and Anthony Watson have both agreed long-term extensions with Bath Rugby that will see the pair stay at the club until at least 2019.

Joseph and Watson joined Bath in 2013, making their debuts in the win over Newcastle Falcons in the opening game of the Aviva Premiership season, and have become mainstays in both the Bath and England backline in that time.


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Thursday, 28 July 2016

Bath Rugby announce new coaching set up

Bath Rugby have appointed Todd Blackadder as their new director of rugby and Tabai Matson as head coach.

The well-regarded duo will be supported by first-team coaches Toby Booth and Darren Edwards, plus former club captain Stuart Hooper, with the trio continuing to run pre-season training in the mean-time.

They will arrive at the club in the next couple of weeks.

http://www.bathrugby.com/news/bath-rugby-announce-new-coaching-structure/More on the Bath Rugby website


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Monday, 25 July 2016

New Premiership Rugby agreement

The Rugby Football Union (RFU) and Premiership Rugby Limited (PRL) have agreed a new partnership to run until July, 2024.

It is designed to see Premiership clubs benefit from the successful financial performance of England Rugby for the first time, as PRL and the RFU have agreed an "appropriate share" of revenues with a view to making both the club and country game stronger.

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Sunday, 12 June 2016

Kahn Fotuali’i signs for Bath Rugby

Bath Rugby is delighted to welcome Samoan scrum-half Kahn Fotuali’i into the squad for the 2016/17 season.

A consistent, skilful half-back, Fotuali’i is dynamic around the field, and a clever manager of the game. He has a huge wealth of experience to call on, having previously represented the Crusaders, Ospreys and Northampton Saints.

He made his try-scoring, match winning debut for Samoa in 2010 against Japan, and has gone on to represent his nation a further 27 times to date, most recently at the 2015 Rugby World Cup.

“I’m really excited to be joining Bath,” Fotuali’i said. “They have an exciting, attacking ethos, which I’m looking forward to being part of, and I really like the focus that is put on individual development of players. You can always continue to learn as a player, so I’m looking forward to getting started and preparing for the season ahead.”

Toby Booth, First Team Coach, added: “Kahn is a fantastic player, and a serious competitor who loves to win. This, along with his experience, will bring added leadership and competitiveness to our squad, which will no doubt push it forward.”


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Wednesday, 25 May 2016

Bath Rugby fans' favourite Leroy Houston is leaving Bath Rugby

Leroy Houston is leaving Bath Rugby to pursue his dream of being a Wallaby.

The fans' favourite is expected to be named in the Australia squad tomorrow for the three-Test series against England.

And the tireless number eight is then expected to be announced as a Queensland Reds Super Rugby player.


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Tuesday, 17 May 2016

Mike Ford out Meyer in?

Mike Ford has been sacked by Bath Rugby

Heyneke Meyer, the coach who guided South Africa to the World Cup semi-finals last October, has emerged as the front-runner for the vacant job at Bath after Mike Ford departed as the club’s director of rugby just nine months on from signing a four-year contract.

In a statement Bath said they were “reviewing” their coaching set-up for next season and would be “making an announcement in due course”.


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