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    • Quickfire Questions with Paul James

      This week, Welsh International and Bath Rugby prop, Paul James, became the latest player to face my Quickfire Questions. Click the 'Discover More' button to read through his answers.... Maximus

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      What’s your pre-match routine?

      • I make sure I have a decent night’s sleep and a healthy breakfast (maybe porridge or an omelette).

      If you weren’t a rugby player, what would you be?

      • I’m trained to work on building cars, so I’d be doing that.

      Ideal location for a holiday?

      • Mexico

      Any superstitions?

      • I suppose you could say my pre-match routine is my only superstition.

      Who’s the biggest prankster in the squad?

      • Ross Batty is a bit of a merry prankster.

      Favourite exercise?

      • Squats

      Least favourite exercise?

      • Roll-outs

      Best advice you could give to an aspiring rugby player?

      • The better you are at playing the more you’ll enjoy it, but make your training enjoyable as well.  
    • Match gallery now live!

      The latest action shots of our Aviva Premiership match against Worcester Warriors are now live!

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      Hi everyone!

      Hope you all had a fantastic Easter holiday! Did the Easter bunny stop by and visit you?

      The latest photo's from our recent match against Worcester Warriors are now live for you to check out! Head on over to the gallery to view them now!

      Also newly uploaded are some photo's of my trip to Wincanton Racecourse. I met up with some of my mascot friends to take part in a charity egg and spoon race and a tug of war! 

      My friends Jonathan Joseph, Tom Heathcote and Charlie Ewels also stopped by to hand out some prizes and show their support! 

      Maximus

    • Brive match report by William Slade

      Bath Rugby 39-7 Club Athlètique Brive Corrèze Limousin Amlin Challenge Cup Quarter-Final, Sunday 6th April 2014. By William Slade, aged 10.

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      The last time these teams met was in the European Cup Final 1998 when Bath won 19-18.

      Brive made fourteen changes to the side that beat Montferrand last Friday. Bath too, made several changes including Gavin Henson starting in the centre, Micky Young at scrum-half and Dave Attwood as captain.

      The weather was very breezy and overcast. In the first half Bath played from right to left, against the wind. 

      The first chance came after two minutes when the world class Nick Abendanon was denied two metres out from the Brive try line following one of his runs from half way. Brive then were penalised for pulling the maul down on their own 22-metre line, but George Ford missed the penalty kick. Two minutes later, the Bath forwards got penalised five metres from the Brive try line. Then Horacio Agulla scores the first of his three tries after nine minutes from an overlap on the left created by Matt Garvey, Bath 5-0 Brive, George Ford missed the conversion. 

      Twelve minutes later, Bath won a penalty kick for hands in the ruck that George Ford converted, Bath 8-0 Brive. After half an hour Nick Abendanon scored under the posts, created by a quickly-taken penalty from Micky Young, Bath 13-0 Brive, George Ford got the conversion, Bath 15-0 Brive.

      Four minutes later, Semesa Rokoduguni (Roko to his mates) scored a try, finding a gap in the Brive defence following a long pass from Gavin Henson, Bath 20-0 Brive. George Ford missed another conversion.

      Straight after the kick-off, Horacio Agulla scored another try from sixty metres and showed unbelievable speed that beat three desperate Brive defenders, Bath 25-0 Brive, George Ford missed the conversion. 

      HALF TIME Bath Rugby 25-0 Brive.

      Four minutes into the second half, Micky Young scored a try from a powerful Carl Fearns break, Bath 30-0 Brive.

      Six minutes later, Argentinian international Horacio Agulla completed his hat-trick created by Nick Abendanon, which made it Bath 37-0 Brive, George Ford, with the wind at his back nailed the conversion from the touchline to make it Bath 39-0 Brive.

      Brive did get some points on the board after sixty-six minutes through a Kieran Murphy try. Line-out was secured five metres out and the Brive forwards managed to get the ball over the try line, converted by Thomas Larenjeira, Bath 39-7 Brive.

      Seven minutes later, Guy Mercer went off as a blood replacement through a bad tackle, he was replaced by Leroy Houston, In the final seconds, Hugues Briatte, the Brive flanker got a sin bin for punching Matt Banahan. 

      FULL TIME Bath 39-7 Brive. My man-of-the-match was Gavin Henson (BATH) for his vision and awareness, which was agreed with by SKY Sports.

      In the semi finals, Bath play London Wasps, while Northampton Saints play Harlequins in an all-English semi-final.

      COME ON YOU BATH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      What a great match report William! I hope you all enjoyed the game as much as I did on Sunday. The result means that we play London Wasps away in the Semi-Final on Sunday 27th April which is very exciting!

      See you all in a couple of weeks time for the big game against Worcester Warriors! 

      Maximus 

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Information for parents

Set your kids on the path to being legends in the making

The ultimate aim of the Junior Membership Club is to inspire more children to lead fitter, healthier and more active lifestyles. We have set up an initiative called the ‘Children’s Challenge’ which is a set of fitness games created by the players aimed at girls and boys aged up to 15 years.

  • Please be aware that should your child attend any Junior Membership Club events throughout the season, photographs may be taken and used in the future to publicise the Junior Membership Club. If you do not wish your child to be involved in any photographs please make a member of staff aware at the time.
  • Each member is issued with a membership card with unique club ID on. These cards do not count as valid match tickets and should not be used to gain entry to the Recreation Ground on a matchday.
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