McNally wins his first cap, our Senior Academy players enjoy success in the 2021 U20 Six Nations and Bath Rugby Foundation launches its summer Breakout to help tackle child food poverty in B&NES.
MCNALLY EARNS FIRST ENGLAND CAP
Five Bath Rugby players helped England to a 43-29 victory over USA Rugby at Twickenham on Saturday, as it was an encouraging display, including seven tries from Eddie Jones’ side, on a mild afternoon in south west London.
SUMMER BREAKOUT LAUNCHES
When schools break up for the summer, you’d expect most children to feel relief; a care-free summer is ahead, but for over 4,000 children in our local community, the loss of their school day also means the loss of their school meal. Bath Rugby Foundation has therefore been asked to scale up its holiday hunger programme ‘Breakout’ to McNally wins his first cap, our Senior Academy enjoy success in the U20s Six Nations and Bath Rugby Foundation launches its summer Breakout to help tackle child food poverty in B&NES.
ACADEMY PLAYERS LOVING ENGLAND U20 JOURNEY
Tom Carr-Smith shared his experience of being in the U20 England camp for the first time, alongside fellow Senior Academy players, Orlando Bailey, John Stewart and Ewan Richards.
“It’s been unbelievable. I’ve played with Landi, John (Stewart) and Ewan since I was 13 or 14-years-old and now taking the stage with them and for me to make my debut at the same time as Landi and Ewan was amazing.
“We’ve all been on this rugby journey together and you kind of have to pinch yourself when you think about where we started and where we are now. It’s been great and I’m very happy for all of them.