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PREMIERSHIP SATURDAY WRAP: Bath made their first half dominance count at the Rec but only just as a dogged Saracens fell to defeat for just the second time in their last 17 matches.
• Bath 14-11 Saracens• England lock makes first appearance after six-week layoffThe England lock Maro Itoje’s return ended in defeat as Saracens suffered only a …
Alex Lozowski failed to score the decisive penalty for Saracens as they succumbed to a three-point defeat to Bath Rugby at Recreation Ground on Saturday in their Aviva Premiership encounter.
Saracens suffered only their second loss of the Premiership season when they went down 14-11 to Bath at the Rec on Saturday. The post Saracens come unstuck against Bath appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
England international Maro Itoje is set to play his first competitive game since October after he was named in the Saracens line-up in the Aviva Premiership clash against Bath at Recreation Ground.
• Forward has missed England’s autumn series with injury• Bath welcome back Taulupe Faletau, Dave Attwood and Semesa RokoduguniMaro Itoje will make his first start since October when Saracens face …
Bath v Saracens Match Preview
Team News: Itoje returns to face Bath
Five of Bath’s international contingent have returned to the starting line-up for their Premiership match-up with Saracens. The post Preview: Bath v Saracens appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
Starting from today, the Kingston Park East Stand shop and ticket office will be open from 9am until 7pm for the next four Thursdays to cater for the extra demand caused by Christmas and the upcoming home games against Harlequins (Dec 4), Lyon (Dec 18), Wasps (Dec 30) and Bath (Jan 6). As well as the Thursday late slots the following opening hours have also been confirmed, so you can plan your trip to the stadium well in advance. Festive opening hours Late night opening on Thursdays until 7pm – starting with Thursday 1st December 1 (then 8, 15 & 22).
Bath have been dealt a huge blow with the news that Matt Banahan has been sidelined for up to three months with a knee injury. The wing sustained the blow after coming off the bench in Bath’s 21-20 defeat to Harlequins at the Twickenham Stoop last weekend. The 29-year-old, who has scored four tries in […]
England coach Eddie Jones has retained both Harlequins wing Marland Yarde and Bath’s Semesa Rokoduguni in the 25-man training squad ahead of the clash against Australia at Twickenham on Saturday.
Bath have suffered a significant setback after Matt Banahan was ruled out for up to three months with a posterior cruciate ligament injury. The post Three months out for Banahan appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
Standing tickets are also available for the 3pm kick-off which reunites Falcons director of rugby Dean Richards with one of his former clubs, Newcastle having a chance to leapfrog the London outfit. The Falcons go into the game buoyant following Friday’s 22-16 victory at Northampton Saints – Fijian flyer Vereniki Goneva having clinched the result with a late interception try at Franklin’s Gardens. Newcastle find themselves up against a Harlequins squad including a number of familiar names – not least former Falcons wing Tim Visser, who scored in Sunday’s 21-20 home victory over Bath.
Harlequins winger Tim Visser hailed his side’s performance in their win over Bath on Sunday and said the result was an important one. The post Visser hails ‘important’ Harlequins win appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
Replacement Tim Swiel held his nerve to kick a penalty at the closing stage as Harlequins edged out Bath in a hard-fought 21-20 victory at Twickenham Stoop on Sunday.
• Harlequins 21-20 Bath• Wasps 34-24 Sale; Saracens 24-20 GloucesterOn a day that amply demonstrated the ludicrousness of playing a full Premiership programme on international weekends, with squads decimated by call-ups, Wasps …
Harlequins replacement Tim Swiel scored a dramatic late penalty to hand Harlequins a 21-20 win over rivals Bath in the Premiership. The post Harlequins survive late Bath comeback appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
Nick Evans captains Harlequins on his 200th appearance for the club this weekend against Bath at The Stoop. The post Preview: Harlequins v Bath appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
Sam Warburton picked up an injury in training this week and as a result will miss Wales’ game against South Africa on Saturday. He is replaced in the back-row is taken by Dan Lydia with Justin Tipuric restored at openside and Taulupe Faletau on the bench after successful returning from injury with Bath last weekend.
Carl Fearns has revealed his ambition to form an aggressive new back row partnership with Ross Moriarty to help reawaken the sleeping giant of Gloucester. In doing so, the destructive 27-year-old is aiming to revive his own international ambitions that have lain dormant since he headed to Lyon from Bath in 2015.
England defence coach Paul Gustard has come in support of Eddie Jones’ decision to include Gloucester Rugby centre Jonny May in the place of Bath wing Semesa Rokoduguni for the upcoming clash against Argentina on Saturday.
• Bath No8 has made one brief appearance since September• ‘Taulupe looks like he hasn’t been out,’ says Wales’ Neil JenkinsTaulupe Faletau is in line to make …
Following the announcement of the latest round of TV picks for the Anglo-Welsh Cup, Bath Rugby would like to address some of the concerns raised by supporters about the volume of evening matches this season. To confirm, the Club does not determine the dates or times that our matches broadcast live on TV are played.