Thursday, 14 June 2012

Flatman retires through injury

Bath Rugby prop David Flatman has been forced to retire from the game through injury with immediate effect.

A true example of a professional sportsman in rugby, Flatman arrived at the Rec in 2003, going on to make 161 appearances for the Club and becoming a cornerstone of the Bath pack in that time.

The destructive loosehead also won eight caps for England, making his debut against South Africa in 2000. His last tour with the national side came in the summer of 2010, following an impressive 2009/10 domestic season.

Flatman's experience will not be lost, however, as he intends to stay on and work within the business side of the Club.

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