Bath winger Tom Biggs has agreed to join Worcester in the summer, the Warriors have announced. ‘I am excited about the challenge of joining Worcester,” said Biggs, capped by England at Under-21, Sevens and Saxons level.
Bath head coach Mike Ford tells BBC Points West he tried to keep Worcester-bound Tom Biggs but the club were unable to rearrange their budget for next season.
After scoring what may prove a crucial try against Worcester on Saturday, Matt Banahan focuses in on the Premiership playoffs.
Bath wing Tom Biggs has signed for Worcester Warriors as they continue their recruitment drive ahead of likely relegation from the Aviva Premiership
Bath winger Tom Biggs will join Worcester at the end of the season.
Bottom Premiership side Worcester Warriors have announced the signing of Bath and England Saxons winger Tom Biggs.
Worcester Warriors agree a deal to sign England Saxons winger Tom Biggs from Premiership rivals Bath in the summer.
Worcester Warriors are delighted to announce the signing of Bath Rugby wing Tom Biggs.
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Bath held off a spirited second-half comeback from bottom Premiership outfit Worcester to win 32-20 at The Rec on Saturday.
Bath left it until the 77th minute to claim the four-try bonus point that lifts them back into third place in the Aviva Premiership as they overcame Worcester at the Rec.
There are many ways to earn a winning bonus point, as Bath proved by flirting with defeat to the bottom club Worcester before Matt Banahan’s try three minutes from full-time sent waves of relief around the Rec.
Bath secured the maximum five points against Worcester but had to hold off a valiant fightback from the visitors in the second-half