Community News

Caryl Thomas, Bath Rugby Community Coach, is currently in the United States as part of a Premiership Rugby initiative to play a key role in the development and promotion of rugby in the country. Read more 

Chippenham RFC U11’s and U12’s took part in a very special ‘Land Rover Parade of Champions’ at the Aviva Premiership Rugby Final on Saturday in front of a sell-out Twickenham crowd. Read more 

Maths was never my best subject at school, after Primary School I seemed to get a bit lost!  It was therefore a learning curve, not only for me, but for pupils in Year 4 at St Martin's Garden when Caryl Thomas, Bath Rugby Community Coach, visited the school for her latest session of Tackling Numbers. Read more 

Caryl Thomas, Bath Rugby Community Coach, is travelling to the United States of America at the end of May to play a key role in the development and promotion of rugby in the country. Read more 

David Flatman recently joined the Bath Rugby Community Department as they visited Winscombe and Sandford Primary Schools in North Somerset. Read more 

Caryl Thomas, Bath Rugby community coach, visited St Keyna in Keynsham recently to run a School of Tag session. Read more 

Tackling Numbers is an interactive numeracy programme for young children, developed and delivered by Premiership Rugby in partnership with MBNA is being delivered in many schools in Bath and the local area. Read more 

Bath Rugby players Matthew Banahan and Stephen Donald visited a Laureus project in the south west of England last week. Read more 

Jerry Quinn, Bath Rugby’s Head Chef is very proud of his new kitchen, it contains all the equipment he ever dreamed of!   When we heard that some of the Academy boys were busy in the kitchen, we knew something unusual was going on!It all began when Matt Middleton, the Academy Strength and Conditioning coach was chatting with his team about new ways to improve the Academy’s nutrition education.  “It is all very well feeding them information and chatting to them about nutrition, but we wanted to impact on their home lives more, so that they would be able to provide what we were asking them to do, for themselves.”From those discussions the Academy boys were split into teams and every month they take part in a ‘Come Dine With Me’ event.  Each team is challenged to create its own menus and to cook for different groups of guests.  The boys are scored on their menus and receive double points for nutritional information.  The score also includes how well they work together, hygiene and safety in the kitchen and the cooking methods and skills used.  The guests are asked to score on the taste and presentation of the food they are served. Each month the Judges scores are added to a Leaderboard and Matt said: “We have been sorting out a prize for the winning team to get a treat at a local restaurant.”  A good incentive to come top!                                                                                                             . Read more 

On Tuesday 28th March the Bath Rugby Community Team  were at Castle Cary RFC  to put children from primary schools in the Shepton Mallet and Wells area through their paces as they continue their education up the rugby ladder. Read more 

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