News from Bath Rugby

Full back Simon Danielli quickly settled any nerves in his new found role with a chip and chase try after just five minutes as the visitors made an excellent start, but Colomiers came back strongly with a try from centre Jean Phillipe Viard in the thirteenth minute to tie the scores. Read more 

Saracens 15 v 24 Bath Rugby

27 December 2003

However, an ankle injury to Mike Tindall (the full extent of the damage is still to be known), soured what was a good day for the men in the blue, black and white. Read more 

The fly half kicked four from five penalty attempts at goal, whilst also adding the conversion to Andy Beattie's 69th minute try. Read more 

After a brave start from the visitors, Bath scored with their first meaningful attack. Read more 

Andrew Higgins was the solitary try scorer on a dismal day in Leicester, but it was Bath's gritty resolve that caught the eye as, with fourteen men, they defended like Trojans. Read more 

barkley p 6 mins, sanderson t 15 burke c 15 mins, barkley p 19, barkley p 41, barkley p 42, barkley p 53, dunne p 71, barkley p 84, lipman sent off 32 BATH RUGBY 15 Matt Perry, 14 Wylie Human, 13 Robbie Kydd, 12 Andrew Higgins, 11 Simon Danielli, 10 Olly Barkley, 9 Martyn Wood, 1 David Flatman, 2 Jonathan Humphreys ©, 3 Duncan Bell, 4 Steve Borthwick, 5 Rob Fidler, 6 Andy Beattie, 7 Michael Lipman, 8 Zak Feaunati. Read more 

3 p Barkley, 16 p Drahm, 26 p Barkley, 28 t Human, c Barkley, 39 p Barkley, 40 p Drahm, 41 t Reihana t Drahm c, 43 t Robbie Kydd, c Barkley, 66 t Feaunati, c Barkley, 69 t James Scaysbrook, 80 t Danielli, c Kydd BATH RUGBY 15 Matt Perry, 14 Wylie Human, 13 Robbie Kydd, 12 Andrew Higgins, 11 Jamie Williams, 10 Olly Barkley, 9 Martyn Wood, 1 David Flatman, 2 Jonathan Humphreys (c), 3 Duncan Bell, 4 Steve Borthwick, 5 Rob Fidler, 6 Andy Beattie, 7 Michael Lipman, 8 Zak Feaunati 16 Hentie Martens, 17 Lee Mears, 18 Matt Stevens, 19 Simon Danielli, 20 Paul Sampson, 21 James Scaysbrook, 22 Scott Gray NORTHAMPTON SAINTS 15 Nick Beal, 14 James Brooks, 13 Chris Hyndman, 12 John Leslie (c), 11 Bruce Reihana, 10 Shane Drahm, 9 Johnny Howard, 1 Robbie Morris, 2 Dan Richmond, 3 Chris Budgen, 4 Matt Lord, 5 Rob Hunter, 6 Mark Connors, 7 Darren Fox, 8 Andrew Blowers (c) 16 Matt miles, 17 Brett Sturgess, 18 Jon Phillips, 19 Grant Seely, 20 Ben Jones, 21 John Clarke, 22 Jon Sleightholme. Read more 

Olly Barkley and Robbie Kydd were the try scorers, but Head Coach John Connolly praised the collective composure from his side when on the racks early in the first half and late in the second. Read more 

Olly Barkley was the star of the show scoring 21 points including a try, whilst Zak Feaunati and Matt Perry were the other try scorers for the home side. Read more 

Falcons end unbeaten run

26 October 2003

Isaac Feaunati scored a try and Olly Barkley kicked four penalties, but it was not enough to vanquish the Falcons, with Dave Walder kicking four penalties and a conversion and Phil Dowson scoring the hosts' try. Read more