Gallagher Premiership action returns to the Rec this Saturday, as Worcester journey to the Rec to take on Bath Rugby in Round 7 of the competition. Here's a rundown of what's in store for you this weekend.
1) Remembrance Ceremony
This weekend’s Gallagher Premiership fixture against Worcester Warriors will be the Club’s official Remembrance fixture.
The ceremony will begin with a wreath-laying, where Chief Executive Tarquin McDonald will be joined by Steve Richards of the Past Players Association, Nigel Levett of the Royal British Legion, Kevin Lawrence of the Bath Supporters Club and Ben Hartley, President of the Bath & District Combination Club.
Following the wreath-laying ceremony, buglers will play ‘The Last Post’, after which the Rec will observe a minute’s silence before the game gets underway.
Volunteers from the Royal British Legion will also be around the ground selling poppies in support of the RBL Poppy Appeal, joining our bucket collectors who this week will be collecting for the Bath Cats & Dogs Home.
2) Super Six Kicks – Round 5
The penultimate round of our half-time kicking competition will see three supporters take on Rory’s new record of three conversions in just 24 seconds, which took him straight to the top of the leaderboard during our last home fixture.
Take six kicks at the posts as quickly as possible for your chance to win a prize!
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3) England v Japan
Five Bath Rugby players have been retained by Eddie Jones ahead England's Quilter Autumn International test match against Japan at Twickenham Stadium.
This match will be screened live in the Clubhouse, so join us once the full-time whistle sounds at the Rec.
Just a handful of tickets for this weekend’s match are still available and can be purchased online here, over the phone on 0844 448 1865 or in person at the Bath Rugby Ticket Office.
Hospitality packages are also still available, offering guests the chance to combine delicious food with a double header of rugby action. Email email@example.com or call 01225 325 200 (option 1) to secure your place.