News from Bath Rugby

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 

Bath 25 Saracens 3

19 October 2003

Bath scored two tries through Michael Lipman and Alex Crockett whilst Olly Barkley kicked five penalties. Read more 

Bath Rugby 47, Rotherham 3

11 October 2003

Bath Rugby 47, Rotherham 3Olly Barkley(4P, 5c, 1t)Andrew Higgins 2tMatt Stevens 1tAndy Beattie 1t 15 Lee Best, 14 Andrew Higgins, 13 Jamie Williams, 12 Olly Barkley, 11 Tim Brasher, 10 Chris Malone, 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 Replacements: 16 Ross Blake, 17 Lee Mears, 18 Matt Stevens, 19 Gareth Knox, 20 David Barnes, 21 James Scaysbrook, 22 Scott Gray. Read more 

Winger Brendon Daniel was the star in front of the SKY TV cameras, scoring a brace of tries after coming through a late fitness test prior to the game. Read more 

Sale Sharks 9 v 14 Bath RugbyWinger Brendon Daniel scored the only try of the match in the 23rd minute after a beautiful move from the Bath Rugby backs. Read more 

Bath 24, Saints 6

20 September 2003

Bath Rugby 24 (Lee Best t, Olly Barkley t, Gray t, Barkley 2p) 11 minsNorthampton Saints 6 (Drahm 2p) Att: 9381  . Read more 

John Connolly's side scored four tries to earn a welcome bonus point in what was an encouraging display by the Bath Rugby pack with new signing Rob Fidler turning in an outstanding performance. Read more 

We've Done It!

10 May 2003

With Bristol Shoguns losing 41-21 to London Irish at the Madejski Stadium, Bath finish the season level on points with their West Country rivals but with a superior points difference, meaning Bristol finish bottom. Read more