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Bath Rugby now travel to Leeds Tykes on Sunday in what is a crucial game and coach Mike Foley knows that a better performance will be required. Read more 

It was not their finest performance of the season, as coach Mike Foley eluded to after the match, but the Australian was happy at the way his team stuck at it throughout what was a scrappy contest to record a fourth successive victory. Read more 

Mike Foley and Rich Graham's side won this match because they had complete control of the forward exchanges. Read more 

Bathed in glorious sunshine, the Rec was a real picture, and the rugby was fitting of the occasion. Read more 

After the mauling at the Madejski Stadium, the prospect of facing a Saracens side that were at the top of their game after five straight wins, was always going to be a difficult one. Read more 

Leading 16-12 with twenty-minutes to go in what had been a fairly open contest, it looked as though the 10,350 strong home support were in for a fairly tense finale to the match, but tries from Matt Stevens, James Hudson and the outstanding Danny Grewcock combined with a superb kicking display by Olly Barkley, stunned a Bourgoin side that simply had no response. Read more 

As it happened Bath did just that, winning to record their first victory on Irish soil since the competition began to get the 2005-06 Heineken Cup off to the best possible start. Read more 

Bath won 18-16, maintaining their one hundred percent record over Gloucester in the league at the Rec, but it was the manner of the victory that was particularly impressive for a side that just seems to be building a little momentum at present. Read more 

Former Ospreys player Andy Williams was the hero as he powered through two tackles in the sixty-fifth minute to score the try that sealed Bath's victory. Read more 

Whilst Bristol opted to let youth have a go, John Connolly went for continuity, selecting the core of the side that defeated Newcastle a week earlier, but there was also the chance for youth to shine as Nick Abendanon, Tom Cheeseman and Ryan Davis started in an exciting Bath back line. Read more 

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