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Leinster flags fail health and safety test v Bath

Leinster fans were not allowed to bring 1,500 flags into the Rec Stadium ahead of the Champions Cup clash against Bath on Saturday because it failed a health and safety test.

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"One of a kind" Rokoduguni in new Bath deal

Todd Blackadder has described Semesa Rokoduguni as "one of the most gifted players I have ever worked with" after he signed a new long-term contract with Bath.

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England talent Mercer signs new Bath contract

Bath have announced that Zach Mercer has signed a two-year deal to extend his contract at the Rec until the end of the 2020/21 season.

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158dESPN

England's Watson, Joseph out of November Tests

England and Bath duo Jonathan Joseph and Anthony Watson have been ruled out of the November international series, delivering another blow to Eddie Jones' under-pressure side.

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Jones hits back at Bath owner after criticism

Eddie Jones has ignited a club versus country row by telling Bath owner Bruce Craig that he is unqualified to criticise his methods during England training sessions.

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246dPA Sport

Obano ruled out of England squad

Beno Obano has suffered another injury setback just as he was poised to revive his England prospects.

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254dESPN Staff

Bath bolster backline with Cokanasiga signing

Bath have bolstered their squad for next season by signing young England wing prospect Joe Cokanasiga from relegated London Irish on a three-year deal.

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261dESPN Staff

Aviva Premiership: What's still to play for

Four teams head into the final round of the Aviva Premiership battling for the two remaining Champions Cup places.

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Exclusive: Irish to loan Cokanasiga to Bath

England tourist Joe Cokanasiga is to join Bath on a season-long loan from relegated London Irish and will be the first of a number of players given the chance to continue playing in the Aviva Premiership.

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279dPA Sport

England's Joseph a doubt for Springboks Tests

Jonathan Joseph's presence on England's summer tour to South Africa is under threat due to a sprained ankle sustained in Bath's 41-6 Aviva Premiership collapse at Saracens.

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306dPA Sport

England's Watson facing long-term layoff

England winger Anthony Watson has been ruled out for the rest of the season with an Achilles injury suffered in the NatWest 6 Nations defeat to Ireland on Saturday, his club Bath have announced.

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308dESPN Staff

Anglo-Welsh Cup final victim of snowfall

Bath and Exeter will have to wait to contest for English club rugby's first silverware of the season after the Anglo-Welsh Cup final was postponed due to adverse weather conditions.

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311dPA Sport

Roberts switches Harlequins for Bath

Bath boss Todd Blackadder has described the club's capture of Wales international centre Jamie Roberts as "a really significant signing" for the Aviva Premiership side.

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Priestland to miss majority of Six Nations

Wales fly-half Rhys Priestland will miss most of the 2018 Six Nations with a hamstring injury, the Welsh Rugby Union has confirmed.

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376dESPN Staff

Watson interested in NFL switch post RWC

England and Bath winger Anthony Watson would be "definitely interested" in swapping rugby for American football after the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan.

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381dESPN Staff

Jones warned not to rush Underhill back

Eddie Jones has been urged not to rush Sam Underhill back into action for England by his Bath boss, Todd Blackadder.

2019 RankingsEuropean Rugby Champions Cup

  • BATH15th
    TRIES SCORED 1st Leinster : 23 Tries Scored
    LEINS1st
    12
    23
  • BATH12th
    POINTS DIFFERENCE 1st Leinster : 98 Points Difference
    LEINS1st
    -34
    98