Although he is still to make his professional debut for the Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club Bath Rugby, life is as rosy as can be at The Rec for the club’s new signing Leroy Houston.
Jonathan Joseph just cannot wait to begin pre-season training with the Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club Bath Rugby but the player also has excitement of being a part of the England team for their Tour of South America before that.
The centre for the London Irish is among nine new signings who will be making the move to The Recreation Ground ahead of the new 2013-14 season and the player admits that the excitement of getting to start all over again is giving him goose bumps.
Toby Booth, the first team coach of the Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club Bath Rugby has admitted that his side just wasn’t good enough after they were dumped out of the European Challenge Cup by Stade Francais, rather unceremoniously.
The French outfit that is a part of the Top 14 was head and shoulders above the Aviva Premiership club in the contest and registered a handsome 36-20 margin victory in front of the Bath support at their home at The Rec to book their place in the semi finals of the Amlin Cup.
For a player, who, it seems has the whole world at his feet Kyle Eastmond is a player who seems to be extremely grounded, and that is something very refreshing.
The back who plays for the Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club Bath Rugby is only into his first full season with the cub since he switched codes from the Rugby League to the Rugby Union has also been given recognition for what he has done in his short few months as a Rugby Union player by being given a call up to the England Saxons squad.
Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club Bath Rugby has denied that they do not have any deal in place with the Leicester Tigers to sign fly half George Ford in the summer.
According to a report in the Leicester Mercury, talks for a new contract between the England under-20 international and his club have broken down over various demands that were not released but the report also mentioned that the youngster has already agreed a deal to sign with Bath, where Mike Ford, his father is a first team coach.
Aviva Premiership Rugby Union club Bath Rugby have tied up a new deal with Good Energy and are set to be powered by them, it was announced after the deal with the Chippenham based firm was confirmed last night.
The team from Bath has been playing one of the best forms of rugby in the Premiership and is keeping the flag of England flying high in the European Amlin Challenge Cup as well, and this new deal sees them increase their marketing value and flex their commercial muscles as well.
Aviva Premiership Rugby Union club Bath Rugby player Michael Claasens has admitted that if the club is to reach their stated ambition of becoming a top four side once again this season, then the Christmas period is the most important time for the club.
The club from The Rec faces the might of the defending champions Harlequins FC on Friday night before facing record Premiership champions the Leicester Tigers and the 2011 champions Saracens FC ahead of a busy Christmas schedule for the club, which, Claasens says, will be the defining point of the season for the club.
Rob Webber, the new signing by the Aviva Premiership Rugby Union club Bath Rugby could face a lengthy spell on the sidelines, at least till the New Year after he underwent a second surgery on his shoulder that has already seen him missing from action since the beginning of March, 2012.
The hooker, who is the only player from the England Elite Player Squad to be a part of the lineup at Bath, is among a handful of international players who will not be available for their Premiership opener against Worcester Rugby on the 1st of September.
Gary Gold, the head coach of the Aviva Premiership Rugby Union side Bath Rugby was looking for his side to improve steadily as they travelled south of the border to Wales to take on the Ospreys at the Liberty Stadium for only their second pre-season friendly match a couple of days back. However, that wasn’t to be as the English side succumbed to a defeat at the hands of the Welsh side.
Lewis Moody, the former flanker for the Aviva Premiership Rugby Union side Bath Rugby has insisted that the team needs realistic goals at the moment and not expect unprecedented success from the beginning.
Sir Ian McGeechan left his role as the Director of Rugby of the club after the club finished at a lowly eighth position in the Aviva Premiership and his departure saw a complete overhaul of the coaching setup with new personnel being brought it.