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Coaches, players, supporters and the Crusaders region Todd Blackadder will miss. Not so the competition Super Rugby has become.
Aviva Premiership team Bath Rugby have announced that Todd Blackadder will be their new director of rugby and Tabai Matson will take over as head coach. Mike Ford was sacked from his position as head coach by Bath in May earlier this year after a poor 2015/16 campaign led to them finishing ninth in the […] The post Bath appoint former New Zealand captain as head coach appeared first on Read Rugby Union.
Bath have confirmed on Thursday the appointment of Todd Blackadder and Tabai Matson as their new director of rugby and head coach respectively.
Bath have today confirmed the appointment of Todd Blackadder as director of rugby and Tabai Matson as head coach. A former All Black captain, Blackadder has been in charge of the Crusaders since 2009 making the play-offs in all but one season but he has not been able to add to their eight Super Rugby […]
English Premiership Rugby club Bath have confirmed that Crusaders coaches Todd Blackadder and Tabai Matson have signed with the club. Blackadder will become the Director of Rugby and Matson has been contracted as Head Coach. Blackadder has been Head Coach of the Crusaders for the last eight years, and Matson has been in the Assistant […] The post Blackadder and Matson to coach Bath appeared first on Rugby Week | Rugby News, Rugby Video & Fixtures.
When the power brokers from Bath learned Tabai Matson was looking for work, they asked if he fancied joining Todd Blackadder at the English premiership club.
Reginald Mullaly’s body was found nestled in his sleeping nook under the Dennison Bridge in Bathurst last September.
Rugby Rumours: Kiwi pairing at Bath Junior Bok skipper, Charnley at Fylde and Pokémon No Go
Tickets for the first four Aviva Premiership home matches at Franklin’s Garden during the 2016/17 season have now gone on sale. The first four home fixtures in 2016/17 will see Bath Rugby, Wasps, Exeter Chiefs and Gloucester Rugby all travel to the Gardens in September and October as the Saints look for a strong start to the Aviva Premiership season. Adult prices start at £29 with junior ticket pr
Tickets for the first four Aviva Premiership home matches at Franklin’s Gardens during the 2016/17 season have now gone on sale. The first four home fixtures in 2016/17 will see Bath Rugby, Wasps, Exeter Chiefs and Gloucester Rugby all travel to the Gardens in September and October as the Saints look for a strong start to the Aviva Premiership season. Adult prices start at £29 with junior ticket p
Four weeks after the summer tours brought down the curtain on the 2015/16 Northern Hemisphere season, the 2016/17 version started in earnest this weekend with the staging of Groups A and B of the Singha Premiership Rugby 7s tournament.Â 7s rugby is well and truly having its moment in the spotlight right now (the Olympics 7s starts in under a fortnight). The Premiership 7s tournament has established itself as a mainstay of the rugby calendar, with fans across Wales and England keen to see their beloved teams back on the field again – and with the teams made up primarily of academy players, it also provides the chance to see some stars of tomorrow.Â Friday night saw the four Welsh regions compete to see who would progress from Group A to the Series Final, while on Saturday we saw Bath, Bristol, Exeter and Wasps challenge for the spoils in Group B. Here, we’ll be focusing on Friday night’s events in Cardiff
WARNING: CRUDE LANGUAGE Amongst the battles, bloodbaths and back-stabbing, it turns out there is fun to be had on the Game of Thrones set.
Wasps have announced another signing ahead of the 2016/2017 campaign, securing the signing of former Bath player Kyle Eastmond. The 27-year-old England international has been described as one of the Premiership’s most ‘exciting’ centres by Dai Young, Wasps’ director of rugby. Eastmond has just six caps to his name and wasn’t selected for England’s World […] The post Wasps sign Kyle Eastmond from Bath Rugby appeared first on Read Rugby Union.
England centre Kyle Eastmond has made a decision to join the English Premiership club Wasps from Bath for the upcoming season.
Aviva Premiership Rugby club Bath have confirmed that Kyle Eastmond has left the Club and will join Aviva Premiership side Wasps for the 2016/17 season. Eastmond arrived at Bath in 2011, having made the switch from rugby league where he had played for St Helens and represented England.
Wasps sign ex-Bath centre Eastmond
NEWS: Bath Rugby confirmed that Kyle Eastmond has left the club and will join Premiership side Wasps for the 2016/17 season.
Former Bath centre hopes to revive his England career‘I feel I am joining a highly ambitious and motivated team’Wasps have announced the signing of the England international Kyle …
By Nick Cain THE saying, “be careful what you wish for” is tailor-made for the wreckage left at the Rec after Bath’s £500,000 p.a. dalliance with Sam Burgess.
There’s a recycling solution for those beauty products that have passed the use-by date. And it couldn’t be easier.
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English club Bath is reported to have had discussions with Crusaders coach Todd Blackadder and his assistant Tabai Matson about joining the organisation after the Super Rugby season has been completed.
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The Saints will be taking on a west country double to open their 2016/17 Aviva Premiership campaign. Bath visit Franklin’s Gardens on opening day, with the Saints then travelling to Ashton Gate to kick off new-promoted Bristol’s own home campaign seven days later. Kick off for the Bath game will be at 3:30pm to avoid a direct clash with Northampton Town’s home game against MK Dons on the same day,
Wales number eight Taulupe Faletau has announced he will be leaving Newport Gwent Dragons to join Bath for next season. The post Faletau off to Bath appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
Bruce Craig has categorically denied he is selling Bath after rumours emerged he was on the verge of offloading his controlling interest to billionaire business mogul Sir James Dyson. Pharmaceutical entrepreneur Craig arrived at the Rec in April 2010 with a vision to restore the club as a dominant force in English rugby. He has […]
Bath have released a statement stressing that the Premiership club is not to be sold, despite recent rumours in the media saying otherwise. The post ‘Club is not being sold’ – Bath appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
by NEALE HARVEY Bath owner Bruce Craig has categorically denied he is selling Bath. He told The Rugby Paper: “I don’t know where these rumours are coming from but I am not selling Bath. “Even if there were other people looking to buy the club, I’m not interested in selling.”