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Former Bulls and Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer has set his sights on succeeding Michael Foley as the Western Force head coach. Foley was released from his contract earlier this month and according to reports Meyer wants to replace him. Meyer was linked to English Rugby club Bath earlier this year but this did not work […] The post Former Springbok coach Meyer linked to the Force appeared first on Super Rugby | Super 18 Rugby and Rugby Championship News,Results and Fixtures from Super XV Rugby.
Sale Sharks new signings Rob Webber who joins the club from Bath says he is ecstatic about his new home. The post Webber excited to be at Sale Sharks appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
George Ford will see out his contract with Bath even though his dad Mike Ford was sacked as the club’s head coach last month. The post ‘I’m staying at Bath’ – Ford appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
Bath have announced that second-row Charlie Ewels has extended his contract at the Recreation Ground after an impressive season. The post Bath re-sign lock Ewels appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
INTERVIEW: Kahn Fotuali'i will no doubt try to make waves in the Premiership after signing a new contract with Bath.
Bath announced the signing of former Crusaders and current Samoa scrum-half Kahn Fotuali’i ahead of the 2016/17 season. The post Bath secure the signature of Fotuali’i appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
Aviva Premiership Rugby club Bath have signed Samoan scrum-half Kahn Fotuali’i for the 2016/17 season. A consistent, skilful half-back, Fotuali’i is dynamic around the field, and a clever manager of the game. He has a huge wealth of experience to call on, having previously represented the Crusaders, Ospreys and Northampton Saints
Former England flanker Steffon Armitage has effectively ruled himself out of selection for England by signing a three year contract with Pau. Armitage has often spoken of his desire to play for England and has been linked with a move to Bath and more recently Wasps.
Before George Ford played against Wales last weekend, Eddie Jones was asked whether Bath’s sacking of his father as their director of rugby would affect him. The England coach said he was convinced that Ford’s head was right, even though he had the options of giving Danny Cipriani a run at fly-half. Jones knows that […]
The salary cap “investigation” surrounding Saracens and Bath last season, and the stampede by almost every other club in the Premiership to identify them by declaring that they were not being questioned, struck me at the time as self-righteous indignation. The mealy-mouthed denigration of Saracens prompted in some quarters by their double-winning achievement this season […]
Scotland U20s kick off their World Rugby Under-20 Championship campaign on 7 June when they take on Australia at the AJ Bell Stadium in Salford (5.30pm). Kicking ahead: Adam Hastings making his Premiership debut in February. (Photo: Getty Images)Among the youngster trying to help Scotland improve on last year’s eighth place finish is Adam Hastings – a player …Continue reading »
Vickers, the loose-head prop who this season celebrated his 200th appearance for the club, earns his place in the side after a season in which he dotted down five league tries, more than any other tight-five forward in the division. Wilson takes his place in the team after a stellar season in which he made 230 tackles, more than any other Premiership player. Opta team of the season: Alex Goode (Saracens), Jack Nowell (Exeter), Peter Betham (Leicester), Ollie Devoto (Bath), Telusa Veainu (Leicester), Jimmy Gopperth (Wasps), Will Chudley (Exeter); Rob Vickers (Newcastle Falcons), 2 Tommy Taylor (Sale), Jake Cooper-Woolley (Wasps), Mark Wilson (Newcastle Falcons), James Horwill (Harlequins), Don Armand (Exeter), George Smith (Wasps), Nathan Hughes (Wasps).
• Centre confident Bath scrum-half will come good for England• Jonathan Joseph: ‘He’s outstanding. It’s a joy to play outside him’Jonathan Joseph expects his England and Bath …
It’s been a pretty heady couple of weeks for former USA Eagle Chris Wyles. Two weeks ago, he became only the second American to win a European Club Championship(After Dan Lyle with Bath against Brive in 1998) with Saracens.Wyles and his Saracens team followed up their win in Lyon two weeks ago with 28-20 win over first time finalists Exeter. This was the first European/Domestic double since London Wasps in 2004.Wyles could not be denied on a nice try towards the end of the first half, when he was not held down in the tackle, and rumbled in for a try in the corner off some nice work from Nowell and Slade.Saracens raise the English Premiership TrophyFormer long-time USA Eagle Chris WylesUp the road in Edinburgh this past weekend
Mike Ford: George's poor form down to me
England coach wants a side that flourishes at the spontaneous – not just the structured – and is set to keep faith with the Bath player. Only Henry Slade …
Former Bath coach Mike Ford believes his exit with the English Premiership club as a coach had an impact on his son, George Ford during the game against Wales on Sunday.
Houston swaps Bath for the Reds
Former Bath head coach Mike Ford has urged his son, George, to focus on England and not worry about him after he was sacked by the club. The post ‘George is very upset’ – Mike Ford appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
NEWS: Bath can confirm that Leroy Houston will be returning to Australia and joining the Queensland Reds.
Bath have confirmed that back-row Leroy Houston will be returning to Australia and joining the Queensland Reds. The post Bath confirm Houston Exit appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
The initial 39 man Wallabies squad for the England series has been announced and there’s a few eye-brow raisers in it. Cheika has called on four internationally-based players for the initial camp, including former Qantas Wallabies skipper James Horwill (Harlequins, UK), Queensland Reds signee Leroy Houston (Bath, UK), France-based prop Sekope Kepu (Bordeaux) and newly re-signed NSW Waratahs flyer Taqele Naiyaravoro (Glasgow).
Queensland Super Rugby franchise have signed loose forward Leroy Houston from English Club Bath until the end of the 2018 season. Houston will be immediately available for selection for both the Reds and the Wallabies, after being released from the remaining year of his contract with English club Bath. He has returned to Australia this […] The post Houston to return from England and join Reds appeared first on Rugby Week | Rugby News, Rugby Video & Fixtures.
1. Andrew Sheridan – The man mountain; strong as an ox and with his own dumbbells at Sale. Only played a handful of times with him unfortunately as he was always away with England.