Thursday, 30 December 2010

This Is Bath - 'Bath rugby still playing catch up after drugs scandal' and other Chronicle articles

Steve Meehan says Bath Rugby are "playing catch-up" as the club seeks to assemble its dream squad.
The head coach has revealed the sudden departure of four players amid a storm of drug accusations in June 2009 threw the club's "succession plan" into disarray – and that the after-effects continue.
Bath lost co-captains Michael Lipman and Alex Crockett to the allegations but it has arguably been the exits of lock forward Justin Harrison and wing Andrew Higgins that hit Bath the hardest.

 Bath Rugby are still playing catch-up after drugs scandal, says Meehan

Skipper Watson returns for Bath Rugby's trip to Exiles

No excuses as staff pitch in to help Bath Rugby squad prepare

COMPETITION: Win tickets for Aironi's first visit to The Rec

Flatman aiming to uncover sporting talent of future

TOM BRADSHAW: Grand Fightback Part II is delayed a week by big freeze

PETER SHORT: New Year's Day win can spark better form

FAN'S VIEW: Bath Rugby's recovery is not inevitable










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