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It was back to Zurich Premiership business at the Rec as an injury-hit Bath Rugby side saw off a spirited Worcester outfit 18-10 at the Rec. Read more 

"The guys were phenomenal. Read more 

Leading 15-3 at the interval, a team missing twenty-three first team players ran out of steam against a Quins side that was searching for a victory to help maintain their Zurich Premiership status. Read more 

In a tight match where the lead swapped several times in blustery conditions, Bath looked to have the wrapped up the game with a fine second half performance during which Chris Malone landed two penalties and Duncan Bell and the outstanding Lee Mears had tries disallowed. Read more 

The England international flanker, who has been in impressive form this season, fell awkwardly at a maul in slippy conditions in the opening exchanges of a soggy match in Bath before being stretchered from the field and taken to hospital for X-rays. Read more 

"It was a great win for the club," he said in the post match press conference. Read more 

John Connolly's men dominated the game up front where Rob Fidler and James Hudson were particularly impressive. Read more 

Richard Haughton's first half try proved to be the difference between the two sides as Bath Rugby struggled in difficult conditions at the Rec. Read more 

Bath Rugby V Sale SharksJohn Connolly's side come into the fixture on the back of four consecutive wins in the competition and are in good form at present in the domestic competitions. Read more 

Bath Rugby 47 , Benetton Treviso 7Five tries and twenty-two points from the boot of full back Olly wrapped up the victory which also secured an all important bonus point which will be crucial if they are to look for a place in the quarter-finals. Read more 

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