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Jamie Gibson will line up for Saints against Bath tomorrow in his first match since March, with his return to fitness coming at a crucial time for his side. Qualification for Europe is still on the line with a number of sides also in contention for a top six finish, and Gibson is clearly looking forward to his return to action. “I can’t wait to play again,” says Gibson.
Renewals are now open for Bath Rugby Season Tickets for the 2016/17 season, with prices held. Existing Season Ticket Holders have until Friday 3rd June to book their seat at the Recreation Ground, and with demand for season tickets expected to be high, this is the only way of guaranteeing your place for every second of the action. To renew your season ticket, click here
Bath have named their team with Francois Louw as captain for this Saturday’s Aviva Premiership trip to face Northampton Saints at Franklin’s Gardens Louw leads from the openside flank, alongside blindside Matt Garvey and number eight David Denton. The last time the trio featured together in the back row was in the away victory against […] The post Northampton Saints v Bath Rugby Premiership Preview appeared first on Rugby Week | Rugby News, Rugby Video & Fixtures.
With tickets now only available through Ticket Exchange, enjoying some great hospitality is your almost last chance to secure tickets to our final home game of the season against our fierce rivals, Leicester Tigers, kick-off 15.30. The Bath Pavilion, located just behind the Rec, holds up to 450 guests and is always a popular hospitality option ahead of the big games. Guests will enjoy: Pre-match Complimentary bar serving beers, wines and soft drinks for two hours pre-match Three course meal Q&A with guest speakers Match tickets located in the Dyson (Open) Stand Post-match Opportunity to mingle with a few members of the Bath Rugby squad Refreshments and cash bar Q&A with a Bath Rugby team player Live band The cost of this fantastic package is £170 + vat pp with open match tickets
Electrifying Bath star Anthony Watson can end England’s full-back debate by taking the shirt from Mike Brown, according to former Red Rose wing James Simpson-Daniel. Brown has reigned supreme as England’s first choice No.15 over the last four years but is coming under increasing pressure from Saracen Alex Goode.
Bath Rugby are pleased to announce that Season Ticket Renewal prices will be held for the 2016/17 season. The news comes ahead of the launch of season ticket renewals commencing Friday 29th April at 2.00pm, and existing Season Ticket Holders will have until Friday 3rd June to renew.
England head coach Eddie Jones has added scrum coach Neal Hatley to his backroom staff. The 46-year-old will join the England set-up at the end of the season from Bath, where he has been working as scrum and defence coach since 2012. During a playing career that spanned 17 years, Hatley represented Western Province, Natal and […]
A trust fund has been set up for Paul’s nine-year-old daughter Hope-Elle, Tankie’s Battle also helping a number of related good causes following Friday’s well-attended Falcons Legends game at Kingston Park. The four items on offer are: A signed Newcastle Falcons shirt from the club’s 1997-98 Premiership title-winning season. A signed Bath shirt from their 1997-98 Heineken Cup-winning season
Bath Rugby can confirm that First Team Coach Neal Hatley will join the England Rugby coaching team at the end of the 2015/16 season. Hatley arrived at Bath in 2012 from London Irish, the club for whom he made over 250 appearances as a loosehead prop. Since then, his status as one of the best forwards coaches in the game has continued to flourish.
Land Rover, the Official Vehicle of Premiership Rugby, will be bringing their renowned Land Rover Owners’ Hospitality area to Franklin’s Gardens for Saturday’s game against Bath. The Land Rover Owners’ Hospitality area will be located in the Village at Franklin’s Gardens, offering Land Rover customers a complimentary gourmet burger and soft drink.
EXCLUSIVE: Jan de Koning and Tauriq Ebrahim compare the styles in Super Rugby ad the European Cup, while the deputy minister of sport explains the ban slapped on SARU.
EXCLUSIVE: Jan de Koning and Tauriq Ebrahim compare the styles in Super Rugby and the European Cup, while the deputy minister of sport explains the ban slapped on SARU.
Saturday is expected to be a busy day in west Northampton and supporters are strongly advised to allow plenty of time for their journeys to and from Franklin’s Gardens. The Saints’ Aviva Premiership game against Bath – their final home match of the season and one that is crucial in the battle for European Rugby Champions Cup qualification – has been chosen for live broadcast by BT Sport and kicks
Dominic Day swaps Bath Rugby for Japan
It is the final home match of the 2015/16 Aviva Premiership campaign this Saturday afternoon, and you can see out the season in style with a special marquee package at Franklin’s Gardens. For just £99 + VAT per person you will enjoy pre-match two-course meal with wine in a special marquee before heading into the Barwell Stand to take in the action as Saints take on Bath in a must-win match. You wi
Dominic Day will leave Bath Rugby at the end of the season to seek a new challenge in Japan, the Club can today confirm. Second row Day, who recently made his 100th appearance in the Blue, Black and White, has become a mainstay in the Bath pack since his arrival from Scarlets in 2012. “I’ve absolutely loved my time with Bath, and will be sad to leave,” said Day
Past Players of Bath Rugby are invited to help celebrate the Club’s 150th Anniversary at two events taking place on Friday 13th May. A 150th Anniversary Golf Day will be hosted at Bath Golf Club, with tee-off times from 12:30, with bacon baps and coffee on arrival.
Bath confirm RFU approach for Neal Hatley
This Saturday’s Aviva Premiership clash with Bath is an important match on a number of levels. With two rounds to go the chase for the top six and the European Rugby Champions Cup spot that comes with it looks set to go down to the wire.
Mike Ford believes Ollie Devoto should be right in the frame for an England spot on their summer tour to Australia after he set Bath on their way to a bonus-point victory over Sale.
Bath are in talks with the Rugby Football Union over a potential role for first-team coach Neal Hatley in the England coaching staff. Scrum-coach specialist Hatley, 46, a former England Saxons prop, has been with the Premiership club since 2012. “Discussions are underway with the RFU,” Bath managing director Tarquin McDonald told BBC Radio Bristol
Bath held off a late Sale fightback to secure revenge for their defeat in last week’s reverse fixture with a 32-26 win over the Sharks at the Recreation Ground on Saturday.
REPORT: Bath showed their fighting spirit to hold off a fierce Sale Sharks with a 32-26 bonus-point Premiership victory at the Rec on Saturday.
Bath Rugby earned a 32-26 Aviva Premiership bonus point victory over Sale Sharks at the Rec in a rescheduled match. Bath went out to a 17-0 lead at half time but Sale Sharks came back and scored four second half tries.. More to follow
Bath Rugby avenged last weekend’s defeat at the AJ Bell Stadium by seeing off Sale Sharks 32-26 in thrilling fashion at a sunny Recreation Ground this afternoon. Thanks to some sharp lines of attack from tighthead Henry Thomas and David Denton, Bath made inroads into the Sale 22 in the first few minutes.
Bath are in talks with the Rugby Football Union over a role within England’s coaching staff for scrum coach Neal Hatley.
Bath suspend their Samoa international back-row forward Alafoti Faosiliva after he pleaded guilty to assault.
Sale Sharks can take another huge stride towards automatic qualification for next season’s European Champions Cup if they beat Recreation Ground hosts Bath on Saturday.
Pre-match entertainment Get to the Rec early for Happy Hour! Between 13.15 and 14.15 there will be £1 off pints of Bath Ales Gem and Thatchers Gold at all bars! There will also be discounted wine available in the Swift Half.* Help us create a Tunnel of Noise for the team as they make their way from the Pavilion to the changing rooms to begin their final preparations
Bath have suspended their Samoa international back-row forward Alafoti Faosiliva after he pleaded guilty to assault.