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On Monday night at Bath Rugby’s United game a youth group from Odd Down Community Centre had a great evening at The Recreation Ground –  for most of them it was the first time they had even seen a rugby match. Read more 

Girls Shine at the Rec

16 November 2011

Representatives of Bath Rugby Girls’ Development put on an impressive display during the half time sell out clash between Bath Rugby and Harlequins. Read more 

BRtv got the thoughts of Guy Mercer and Dan Hipkiss after a disappointing result at Firhill against Glasgow Warriors in the opening Heineken Cup game. Read more 

Last Monday there was a double visit made by Bath Rugby, with South African international Michael Claassens and Samoan rugby world cup star Anthony Perenise visiting students in the languages faculty. Read more 

This season the Bath Rugby Foundation continue to deliver a well-recognised Inclusion Project in the South West.  Focusing on children on the SEN (Special Educational Needs) register in mainstream and special schools, the project encourages participation in physical activity at any level, ensuring sessions are adapted to cater for all abilities whilst being fun and challenging. Read more 

This Sunday could see the two fly-halves from the Rugby World Cup final go head to head once again, this time in Europe's top club competition, as Bath Rugby host Montpellier at the Rec, kick off 3pm. Read more 

Do you want to win Stephen Donald's next match shirt?  All followers on our Bath Rugby Facebook page at 9am on Monday 21st November will be included in a draw to win the next Bath Rugby match day shirt worn by the World Cup winning fly half capped 23 times by the All Blacks. Read more 

Bath United were unable to stop a determined Wasps A from fighting back from a 12 point half time deficit. Read more 

BRtv caught up with Bath Rugby's World Cup winning fly half ahead of his debut for the Club last weekend to talk moving to Bath, the Heineken Cup and the Rugby World Cup. Read more 

Despite six kicks out of six from Academy fly-half Tom Heathcote, and a late penalty from debutant Stephen Donald, a devastating last minute try from Richie Gray meant Bath Rugby were only able to gain a losing bonus point from their opening Heineken Cup game against Glasgow Warriors. Read more 

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