Bath Ends The Season On A High

Bath rugby team is on a high as they defeated the Tigers with a thorough run.

Peter Betham and his strategies were good and effective in defeating the Tigers. Mike Ford is the head coach for Bath team, stated that the win was great for him. However, in terms of how the team performed, it could have been a lot better. He felt that the motivational speech at half time did the work. It helped drive in the energy required by the team to win. They were able to put in the extra energy as well as extra yard that were required for the win.

Bennett takes charge of England Rugby League

On Thursday, in Manchester, Brisbane Broncos chief Wayne Bennett has been unveiled as the new coach of the England rugby league team.

He will also continue his existing role in the NRL. Bennett is the 3rd Australian to coach one of the top England national squads with his fellow compatriot Eddie Jones in charge of the rugby union team and Trevor Bayliss in-charge of the cricket teams.

Wayne Bennett, who is considered as the greatest coach of the modern era, will be in-charge for 2 seasons.

Bath Move could affect Wales future

Rhys Priestland, the fly half for the Welsh region side Scarlets has said that his summer move to the Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club Bath Rugby may as well be harmful for his career as a Welsh international.

Warren Gatland

Warren Gatland, the head coach of the Wales Rugby Team favours players based in the country while selecting his line up for the national team.

Bath Rugby Team’s Coach Thinks Exeter Will Be Under Pressure In Saturday’s Match

The coach of Bath Rugby Union team, Neal Hatley is of the opinion that Exeter, their opponent in the match scheduled to be held on 28th February, Saturday, will be under a lot of pressure.

The match will be held at Sandy Park. So far in the competition, the Bath Rugby Union team has not been able to win three matches. Two matches out of three that they have lost were against Northampton Saints and Saracens. Northampton Saints team is currently in the topmost position in the competition and the Saracens team currently holds the third place.

Bath Rugby boss says Burgess will be ready for Saxons call up

Mike Ford, the head coach of Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club Bath Rugby has said that he expects Sam Burgess to be ready for selection by the Saxons by the end of this month.

The 26 year old has made seven appearances for the Premiership club since he signed for them in October after switching codes from the Rugby League.

Stuart Lancaster, the head coach of the England national team will be making an announcement of the squad for the Six Nations this month but Ford believes Burgess will be named the England Saxons squad that will face the Irish Wolfhounds on January 30.

Matt Banahan: Rugby Youngsters Belonging To Bath Are Fearless

The clash between Bath and Montpellier at the Recreation Ground on the 12th of December, 2014 was really impressive. Bath was able to win the rugby match due the earnest efforts of Bath winger Matt Banahan.

The hat-trick scored by Matt Banahan gave the opportunity to Bath to win against Montpellier. Bath was able to score 32 points and Montpellier was able to score 12 points. Montpellier tried extremely hard to fight back but the team was unable to succeed.

Bath Rugby To Miss Francois Louw

A tough time for Bath Rugby- the eminent rugby club would be reportedly missing their star player Francois Louw given the flanker’s critical neck surgery. The flanker can’t be available to his team for another couple of months.
Francois has missed out on Bath’s first 3 games of this latest Aviva Premiership given his stint with S. Africa in Rugby Championship & Ford’s (Mike) side would need to adjust with his absence for two more months.

New Zealand’s success story in Rugby

Any kind of rugby story is incomplete without mentioning about the New Zealand national men and women’s team. The sport is embedded in the very culture of the nation. For over 140 years the people in the country have voiced their humongous support for the team wherever they have played. Each household is either directly or indirectly connected with any kind of successful rugby story. The home of Rugby is considered to be Nelson which is at the northernmost tip of the nation. The first Rugby game was played in May 1870. The popularity of the game soon spread across the country which finally led to the establishment of the New Zealand Rugby Football Union in 1892. The first team that was formed succeeded in defeating the New South Wales in a convincing manner.

Ireland legend Driscoll looking to come to terms with retirement

Ireland has always taken enough pride in their rugby team. It is one of the major sports in the country and is followed by many. Ireland has been nurturing talent sin the sport since a long time. Their game is characterized by agility, power, tactics and a gritty attitude. The domestic clubs pay enough importance to the local talents. Clubs like Lancaster has achieved enough success in the international arena. Brian O’Driscoll who is considered as one of the greatest ever to play the game for Ireland has been a constant threat to the opponents in his central position. He has recently retired from the game after a record 141 tests that he has played over his career. But the idea do not seem to have sunk in to the superstar as of yet. This was visible when he addressed the press after Ireland’s triumph over France in the Six Nations Championships.

Bath Rugby needs the European Challenge Cup, says Wilson

David Wilson, the prop forward for the Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club Bath Rugby is eyeing triumph in the European Challenge Cup in order to showcase the great improvements shown by the team this time around.

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