Micky Young joined Bath Rugby in the summer of 2013, making the move from Leicester Tigers.
The scrum-half's talent has been in evidence from an early age, when he represented England's age-group sides and went on to play a part in three Churchill Cup campaigns with the Saxons.
Young made some eye-catching displays for the Tigers in the Premiership last season, having joined the Leicester outfit from Newcastle Falcons in 2011.
The Tynesider harbours strong ambitions for an England call-up, and the competition for the number nine jersey at Bath Rugby will certainly drive those forward.
29 days ago
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