News from Bath Rugby

Bath rampage at Richmond

19 August 2007

You could be forgiven for presuming that the friendly against Richmond would be a walk over, and although the final score was an excellent 50 - 3 to Bath, Richmond tried hard to fight their corner. Read more 

In relentless rain, Bath enjoyed a run-out against Newbury at Monks Lane, winning 65-0 and keeping a clean bill of health before the last week of preparation for the European Challenge Cup Final against ASM Clermont Auvergne on 19th May. Read more 

It was Bath Rugby's last chance to win away from home in the Guinness Premiership this season, and they took it, with a 20-12 win over Newcastle Falcons at Kingston Park, the result as much down to terrific defence as three tries from attacking play. Read more 

Robinson steals the show

13 April 2007

Bath Rugby came within a minute of recording their first away win in the Guinness Premiership on Friday night against Sale Sharks at Edgeley Park. Read more 

A hat-trick by Nick Abendanon - and five other tries - secured Bath's place in the semi-final of the European Challenge Cup, in a scintillating 51-12 victory over Bristol. Read more 

Bath came agonisingly close to recording their first away victory of the Guinness Premiership campaign, clawing their way back against the Leicester Tigers to 19-all midway through the second half, but despite their superb rearguard effort, they finished 29-25 down. Read more 

A try apiece for the forwards and backs in the first half - Danny Grewcock and Nick Abendanon the scorers - set Bath on the road to victory over Northampton Saints at the Rec on Saturday, 22-17. Read more 

After their defeat at the Rec, it is little surprise that Sale Sharks were aiming to wreak revenge for their loss and try and settle the score. Read more 

Bory try saves the day

24 February 2007

A try in injury time by David Bory, with Olly Barkley's conversion, gave Bath a draw against Saracens at the Rec on Saturday, ensuring they extended their unbeaten home run to seven matches. Read more 

Bath paid the price for being slower to get out of the blocks than London Irish as they resumed their Guinness Premiership campaign at the Madejski Stadium, conceding 15 first-half points before scoring a 76th-minute try to make the final score 15-7. Read more