Tighthead prop Christian Judge has confirmed he will leave Bath Rugby at the end of the season. The powerful forward will remain in the Gallagher Premiership having agreed on a multi-year deal with Worcester Warriors.
Christian expressed his “sincere thanks to the management, players, and everybody associated with the Club for making his time here a brilliant and memorable one.”
The 28-year-old joined Bath Rugby in 2019 and has since made 31 appearances with his debut coming against his new side Worcester on the 28th September 2019 in the Premiership Rugby Cup.
Previously Judge was part of the Saracens side who won the Premiership in 2019 after learning his skill in the Championship and National One with the Cornish Pirates, Plymouth Albion, and the Bedford Blues.
“I’d like to thank everyone involved at Bath Rugby for giving me the opportunity to represent the Blue, Black, and White,” said Judge.
“I feel incredibly privileged not only to have played alongside a brilliant group of players but to have also worked alongside all our amazing staff that work tirelessly behind the scenes. I’d like to wish everyone all the best for the future and look forward to giving my all for my last few months before hopefully ending on a high.”
Finally, he continued, “thank you to all of our amazing fans for their unwavering support during my time here.”
Director of Rugby, Stuart Hooper added: “Chris has done a great job for us over the last two seasons. He’s really added to us both on and off the field and we’ve enjoyed seeing him develop in the Blue, Black, and White. I wish him all the best with his move to Worcester.”