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Tickets are available for Bath Rugby’s next three fixtures, with Leinster, Leicester Tigers and Wasps next up at the Rec over the next six weeks. Read more 

Former Bath and Ireland scrum-half Peter Stringer picks his three players to watch as Bath Rugby take on reigning European Champions Leinster at the Rec on Saturday (kick-off 15:15). Read more 

Greenall’s Gin has signed a multi-year brand partnership deal with Bath Rugby, as it aims to highlight the team work and handcrafted skill involved in making the award-winning original London Dry Gin. Read more 

Beechen Cliff finished runners up in the AASE league following a narrow 20-26 defeat to Hartpury College in the final at Allianz Park. Bath Rugby’s Partnership of Beechen Cliff led by Academy Pathway Coach Ryan Davis. The partnership has gone from strength to strength this season, with Beechen Cliff completing nine-game winning streak to secure their place in the final. Read more 

Charlie Ewels believes Bath Rugby will need to be more clinical as they face Leinster in the Heineken Champions Cup on Saturday. Read more 

Injury Update

4 December 2018

The latest injury update from Bath Rugby detailing the injuries and return to play. Read more 

Bath Rugby are pleased to be sponsoring this year’s BANES Our Young Stars Awards. The awards will take place on Saturday 9th March at the Guildhall, Bath. Read more 

Bath Rugby can confirm that their Premiership Rugby Cup derby day fixture against Gloucester Rugby will be played on Saturday 2nd February, kick-off 14:30. Read more 

Bath Rugby’s prestigious training ground opened its doors on Saturday morning for an exclusive skills clinic and some familiar faces were on hand to coach these lucky young fans. Jonathan Joseph, Taulupe Faletau, Aled Brew and Beno Obano delivered the coaching session, passing on their world-class knowledge to a group of young rugby players. Read more 

It was a low-scoring affair at the Rec this afternoon, the challenging conditions resulted in a scoreless first half. Tries from Jean-luc du Preez for Sale and Joe Cokanasiga for Bath in the second half meant that there was nothing separate the sides come the final whistle. Read more 

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