Bath Rugby secured top seeding in the Amlin Challenge Cup in style with a nine try, 53-8 win over Bucharest Wolves at a snowy Recreation Ground.
After some sterling work from the Bath Rugby groundsmen and a host of volunteers to clear the snow and ensure the game could be played, the home side quickly set about starting to exert their authority on the game.
A penalty at the scrum saw Tom Heathcote kick to touch, and after a lineout penalty was also sent to touch, Bath had their first try. Tom Dunn, on his debut start for the Club, came inside after throwing the ball in, saw a gap open up in the Bucharest defence and barged his way through. Heathcote added the conversion, giving Bath a 7-0 lead after 13 minutes.
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