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Bath (23) 40 Academy fly-half Ollie Devoto scored his first try for Bath as they cruised to a bonus-point win against Bucharest. The visitors posted a comfortable 23-7 half-time lead after Will Spencer and Ross Batty crossed and full-back Sam Vesty
Who will win the Heineken Cup semi-finals - How Sam Vesty will be feeling after his embarrassing premature try celebration against Wasps - Whether Wales should give George North a run in the centres - What he makes of World Cup-winning New Zealand
The onset of November and the wintry pitches they do not come much heavier than Bath's picturesque slab of turf by the Avon did not faze Harlequins, as befits a team on a roll of 10 wins in a magnificent start to the season. The multi-coloured ones
The fly-half Sam Vesty scores Bath's first try against Wasps Sod's law. Delon Armitage and Shontayne Hape returned to the Aviva Premiership from what is jokingly referred to as "England duty" at the World Cup, and their contribution was decisive.
Olly Morgan, the Gloucester full-back, tries to fend off the Bath centre Dan Hipkiss during the Aviva Premiership match at Kingsholm When Eliota Fuimaono-Sapolu was banging on about the inequality of certain teams he was talking about his country,
Bath's Carl Fearns tries to run through Jimmy Gopperth?s tackle at Kingston Park It was not the best of the days for the Bath fly-half. Just the one penalty for Stephen Donald in a 12-3 defeat for the Chiefs in New Zealand's ITM Cup final in Hamilton.
The Newcastle head coach said his side were still two years away from where he wanted them to be after they were overwhelmed by Bath Newcastle head coach Alan Tait is already preparing for another tough relegation battle next season after the Falcons
They scored so heavily because, where they boasted experience, Wasps had callow youth. That may be hard on Joe Launchbury, a 20-year-old lock who distinguished himself in the hoary company of Danny Grewcock (38), Simon Shaw (37) and Ignacio Fernandez
SuperSport Bath - English Premiership club Bath could well offset the departure of Springbok Butch James with the arrival of another Springbok, this time Derick Hougaard. The former Bulls and Leceister Tigers flyhalf has been linked to a move to Bath
Bath's players leave the pitch following the Heineken Cup defeat against Biarritz at the weekend Brad Davis, a senior member of the back-room staff at Bath, describes this weekend's Heineken Cup visit to Aironi, the weakest side in the competition,