2003-2004

by BRIAN JENKINS

2003 -2004

15th SEPTEMBER 2003 LEEDS V BATH

John Connolly’s side scored four tries to earn a welcome bonus point in what was an encouraging display by the Bath Rugby pack with new signing Rob Fidler turning in an outstanding performance.

Bath Rugby’s try scorers were Feaunati, Perry, Daniel and Crockett. Olly Barkley had a solid day with the boot slotting over three conversions and five penalties on the way to a 21 point haul.

RESULT LEEDS 32 BATH 44

20th SEPTEMBER 2003 BATH V NORTHAMPTON

Bath Rugby 24 (Lee Best t, Olly Barkley t, Gray t, Barkley 2p) 11 mins
Northampton Saints 6 (Drahm 2p)

Att: 9381

RESULT BATH 24 NORTHAMPTON 6

26|th SEPTEMBER 2003 SALE SHARKS V BATH

Sale Sharks 9 v 14 Bath Rugby

Winger Brendon Daniel scored the only try of the match in the 23rd minute after a beautiful move from the Bath Rugby backs.

With the Sharks proving a stern test up front, grit and determination was the order of the day and solid defence coupled with the boot of Olly Barkley kept the visitors ahead throughout the game.

After the match Head Coach John Connolly said that he was pleased that his side claimed a valuable away win. “It was a win and that is about all. We are disappointed with the performance, but we will take the points and go away and work hard ahead of the Wasps match.”

Sale Sharks 9 v 14 Bath Rugby

5th OCTOBER 2003 WASPS V BATH

Winger Brendon Daniel was the star in front of the SKY TV cameras, scoring a brace of tries after coming through a late fitness test prior to the game.

Steve Borthwick was named SKY’s Man of the Match, but there were also commendable performances from Jamie Williams in the centre and Andy Beattie in the back row.

After the game Head Coach John Connolly said that he was pleased despite not playing all that well. “It is a good start to the season, that is for sure. We did not play well, but showed great spirit and I thought that the defensive effort was awesome. There is a lot of improvement to come and we will be working hard before the Rotherham game.”

Bath Rugby face Rotherham Titans at the Rec on Saturday (2.15pm). There are injury doubts over Matt Perry (abductor), Robbie Kydd (sternham), Jamie Williams (groin) and Brendon Daniel (back), but Andrew Higgins could figure this weekend following a hamstring strain.

RESULT WASPS 19 BATH 20

11th OCTOBER 2003 BATH V ROTHERAM

Bath Rugby 47, Rotherham 3
Olly Barkley(4P, 5c, 1t)
Andrew Higgins 2t
Matt Stevens 1t
Andy Beattie 1t

15 Lee Best, 14 Andrew Higgins, 13 Jamie Williams, 12 Olly Barkley, 11 Tim Brasher, 10 Chris Malone, 9 Martyn Wood, 1 David Flatman, 2 Jonathan Humphreys ©, 3 Duncan Bell, 4 Steve Borthwick, 5 Rob Fidler, 6 Andy Beattie, 7 Michael Lipman, 8 Zak Feaunati

Replacements: 16 Ross Blake, 17 Lee Mears, 18 Matt Stevens, 19 Gareth Knox, 20 David Barnes, 21 James Scaysbrook, 22 Scott Gray.

Rotherham Titans: 15 J Benson 14 A Elliot 13 P Jorgensen, 12 J Pritchard, 11 M Wood, 10 J Strange, 9 J Rauluni, 8 G Lewis, 7 N Spence, 6 C Short, 5 L Greeff, 4 D Cook, 3 S Bunting, 2 C Johnson (Captain), 1 N Lloyd.
Replacements: 16 P Smyth, 17 J Rawson, 18 G Remnant, 19 J Cockle, 20 C Harrison, 21 Matt Oliver, 22 D Strettle.

RESULT BATH 47 ROTHERAM 3

19th OCTOBER 2003 BATH V SARACENS

Bath scored two tries through Michael Lipman and Alex Crockett whilst Olly Barkley kicked five penalties. The Virgin Mobile Man of the Match was Andy Beattie and Steve Borthwick picked up the Moon and Sixpence Players’ Player award.

RESULT BATH 25 SARACENS 3

26th OCTOBER 2003 NEWCASTLE V BATH

Olly Barkley was the star of the show scoring 21 points including a try, whilst Zak Feaunati and Matt Perry were the other try scorers for the home side.

It is the first time that Bath Rugby have beaten the Tigers since 1999, and John Connolly was pleasewd with his side’s resolve in a scrappy win.

“We do some things outstandingly well,” explained the Head Coach. “However, we also do other things poorly. We lost a couple of lineouts and lacked some control at the scrums. However, we will not beat ourselves up about it.”

Injuries were once again a feature of the game with Tim Brasher (hamstring) and Jamie Williams (thigh) limping out of the game.

“We have some real injuries worries in the backs,” said Connolly. “Jamie and Tim will both struggle to be fit for next weekend. Alex Crockett could be back, but we may need to look at bringing someone into the squad.”

Bath Rugby have now won more matches this season than they did during the whole of last season.

att: 9980

RESULT NEWCASTLE 19 BATH 17

1st NOVEMBER 2003 BATH V LEICESTER

Olly Barkley was the star of the show scoring 21 points including a try, whilst Zak Feaunati and Matt Perry were the other try scorers for the home side.

It is the first time that Bath Rugby have beaten the Tigers since 1999, and John Connolly was pleasewd with his side’s resolve in a scrappy win.

“We do some things outstandingly well,” explained the Head Coach. “However, we also do other things poorly. We lost a couple of lineouts and lacked some control at the scrums. However, we will not beat ourselves up about it.”

Injuries were once again a feature of the game with Tim Brasher (hamstring) and Jamie Williams (thigh) limping out of the game.

“We have some real injuries worries in the backs,” said Connolly. “Jamie and Tim will both struggle to be fit for next weekend. Alex Crockett could be back, but we may need to look at bringing someone into the squad.”

Bath Rugby have now won more matches this season than they did during the whole of last season.

att: 9980

RESULT BATH 31 LEICESTER 17

8th NOVEMBER 2003 GLOUCESTER V BATH

Olly Barkley and Robbie Kydd were the try scorers, but Head Coach John Connolly praised the collective composure from his side when on the racks early in the first half and late in the second.

“It is a good win for us,” explained Connolly. “We played some solid rugby and played some very smart rugby at times. I thought that our composure was also outstanding.”

“I also thought that the pack performed extremely well against a very physical Gloucester side.”

Commenting on the performance of new loan signings Paul Sampson and Wylie Human, who came into the side at the eleventh hour, Connolly said that he was really pleased.

“I thought that Wylie and Paul did phenomenally well considering they have had just one training session with us. Both sparked in attack and I thought that Wylie, in particular, was solid in defence.”

STAT ATTACK

Kicks: Olly Barkley 4 from 6, Henry Paul 3 from 7
Yellow cards: Andy Beattie (74) for killing the ball
Att: 11,000
Ref: Roy Maybank

Bath: 15 Perry, 14 Human, 13 Fleck (Kydd 1t), 12 Higgins, 11 Williams (Sampson), 10 Barkley 1t, 2c,2p, 9 Wood, 1 Flatman, 2 Humphreys (Mears), 3 Bell (Stevens), 4 Borthwick, 5 Fidler, 6 Beattie, 7 Lipman (Scaysbrook), 8 Feaunati.

15th NOVEMBER 2003 BATH V NORTHAMPTON

3 P Barkley, 16 P Drahm, 26 P Barkley, 28 T Human, C Barkley, 39 P Barkley, 40 P Drahm, 41T C Reihana T Drahm C 43 t Robbie Kydd, C Barkley, 66 T Feaunati, C Barkley, 69 T James Scaysbrook, 80 T Danielli, C Kydd

BATH RUGBY

15 Matt Perry, 14 Wylie Human, 13 Robbie Kydd, 12 Andrew Higgins, 11 Jamie Williams, 10 Olly Barkley, 9 Martyn Wood, 1 David Flatman, 2 Jonathan Humphreys (c), 3 Duncan Bell, 4 Steve Borthwick, 5 Rob Fidler, 6 Andy Beattie, 7 Michael Lipman, 8 Zak Feaunati

16 Hentie Martens, 17 Lee Mears, 18 Matt Stevens, 19 Simon Danielli, 20 Paul Sampson, 21 James Scaysbrook, 22 Scott Gray

NORTHAMPTON SAINTS

15 Nick Beal, 14 James Brooks, 13 Chris Hyndman, 12 John Leslie (c), 11 Bruce Reihana, 10 Shane Drahm, 9 Johnny Howard, 1 Robbie Morris, 2 Dan Richmond, 3 Chris Budgen, 4 Matt Lord, 5 Rob Hunter, 6 Mark Connors, 7 Darren Fox, 8 Andrew Blowers (c)

16 Matt miles, 17 Brett Sturgess, 18 Jon Phillips, 19 Grant Seely, 20 Ben Jones, 21 John Clarke, 22 Jon Sleightholme

RESULT BATH 42 NORTHAMPTON 13

22nd NOVEMBER 2003 BATH V HARLEQUINS

Barkley p 6 mins, Sanderson t 15 Burke c 15 mins, Barkley p 19, Barkley p 41, Barkley p 42, Barkley p 53, Dunne p 71, Barkley p 84, Lipman sent off 32

BATH RUGBY

15 Matt Perry, 14 Wylie Human, 13 Robbie Kydd, 12 Andrew Higgins, 11 Simon Danielli, 10 Olly Barkley, 9 Martyn Wood, 1 David Flatman, 2 Jonathan Humphreys ©, 3 Duncan Bell, 4 Steve Borthwick, 5 Rob Fidler, 6 Andy Beattie, 7 Michael Lipman, 8 Zak Feaunati.

16 Ross Blake, 17 Lee Mears, 18 Matt Stevens, 19 Kevin Maggs, 20 Paul Sampson, 21 James Scaysbrook, 22 Scott Gray.

NEC HARLEQUINS

15 Gavin Duffy, 14 Simon Keogh, 13 Chris Bell, 12 Mel Deane, 11 Ugo Monye, 10 Paul Burke, 9 Ben Willis, 1 Ceri Jones, 2 Tani Fuga, 3 Jon Dawson, 4 Bill Davison, 5  Jim Evans, 6 Pat Sanderson, 7 Andre Vos, 8 Tony Diprose

16 James Hayter, 17 Mike Worsley, 18 Laurent Gomez, 19 Karl Rudzki, 20 Roy Winters, 21 Andy Dunne, 22 Josh Taumalolo

RESULT BATH 18 HARLEQUINS 10

29th NOVEMBER 2003 LEICESTER V BATH

Andrew Higgins was the solitary try scorer on a dismal day in Leicester, but it was Bath’s gritty resolve that caught the eye as, with fourteen men, they defended like Trojans.

Olly Barkley was successful with all three of his kicks at goal, whilst Ramerio Pez missed a golden opportunity at the death to win the game with a penalty attempt out wide.

“It was a gritty performance,” said Head Coach John Connolly. “It is tough playing for three-quarters of the game two weeks in a row with fourteen men. However, there were some massive performances, and although it was not a pretty performance, we will take the points.”

15 Perry, 14 Human, 13 Higgins, 12 Barkley (2p, 1c), 11 Danielli, 10 Catt (r Tindall), 9 Wood (sent off), 1 Flatman, 2 Humphreys (r Mears), 3 Bell (r Stevens), 4 Borthwick, 5 Fidler (r Grewcock), 6 Beattie, 7 Scaysbrook (r Martens), 8 Feaunati

L’Aquila 11 v 75 Bath Rugby
6th December 2003 15:00 Stadio T.Fattori Challenge Cup

6 December 2003, 12:00 am :: Match Report by Dom Rumbles
Bath Crush L’aquila In Italy 75-11
Matt Stevens scored a hat trick in his first start of the season with the opening try coming after just 45 seconds. Olly Barkley weighed in with a personal haul of 25 points consisting of a first half try and 10 conversions.

Try scorers:
Stevens (3)
Scaysbrook (2)
Danielli (2)
Perry
Barkley
Hudson
Maggs

13th DECEMBER 2003 BATH V L,AQUILA

After a brave start from the visitors, Bath scored with their first meaningful attack. After a powerful drive into the heart of the L’Aquila 22, Olly Barkley placed a delicate chip over the Italian midfield for Alex Crockett to gather and score. Barkley landed the conversion.

On a wet day at the Rec, Bath’s forward dominance was always going to pay. Having been held up three times on the line, the forwards launched another attack towards the L’Aquila line. This time the ball was spun left where Olly Barkley ghosted over the line.

The forwards laid the foundations for Bath’s third try. A drive from a lineout deep inside the L’Aquila 22 took play up to the line where scrum half Hentie Martens burrowed over the line. Barkley added the conversion.

David Barnes was sent to the bin, but L’Aquila were down to thirteen men through yellow card infringements and Bath immediately capitolised. Bath opted for a scrum having been awarded a penalty just outside the L’Aquila 22, and Olly Barkley cut a wonderful line to score. The fly half converted his own try.

The sixth try was all about gas. Iain Balshaw, making his home debut of the season, showed a clean pair of heels to the L’Aquila defence to score in the corner to make the half time score 31-0.

It took Bath eight minutes to record their first try of the second half. After a period of sustained pressure, Matt Stevens peeled off a maul to score under the posts for his fourth try of the tie. Barkley converted.

After a frustrating spell, Bath came back with a try through full back Matt Perry. This time it was the three quarters that set-up the score for the England player in the corner. Barkley missed the conversion.

Mike Tindall, on for fellow World Cup winner Iain Balshaw, scored Bath’s eighth try after a superb Olly Barkley break. The England steamed-up in support of his fly half, broke a wrap-up tackle and sprinted 60 metres to score near the posts. Olly Barkley added the conversion.

L’Aquila fought back hard in the final quarter and came close to a score a couple of times. However, a deserved score did not materialise as Bath’s defence held firm.

4 mins- Alex Crockett try, Olly Barkley conversion
23 mins- Olly Barkley try
26 mins-Hentie Martens try, Olly Barkley con
33 mins- Olly Barkley try, Olly Barkley con
37 mins-Iain Balshaw try
48 mins-Matt Stevens try, Olly Barkley con
55 mins-Matt Perry try
64 mins-Tindall try, Olly Barkley con

Bath Rugby15. Matt Perry,14 Iain Balshaw (Tindall 56), 13. Kevin Maggs, 12. Alex Crockett, 11. Simon Danielli, 10. Olly Barkley, 9. Hentie Martens (Ross Blake 40) 1. David Barnes 2. Lee Mears (Hawkins 58), 3. Matt Stevens, 4. James Hudson, 5. Danny Grewcock (capt), 6. Scott Gray, 7. James Scaysbrook, 8. Chris Goodman (Bell 33-43).

Replacements: 16. Ross Blake, 17. Rob Hawkins, 18. Duncan Bell, 19. (No player), 20. Mike Tindall, 21. Zak Feaunati, 22. Rob Fidler

L’Aquila; D Carpente; S Pietropaoli, S Rodino, G Rossi, f Gueseppe Napoli; G Cagnolo, M Fontanazza; R Sanchez, H Mazino, J Rapetti, G Sorrentino, N Brignoni, A Tagliavento, M De Paolis, C Caione (capt)

Replacements; 16 F Tripodi,17 M Alfonsetti, 18 G Sorrentino, 19 M De Paolis, 20 F Hostie,21 N Canavosio, 22 F Napoli

Cards: D. Barnes, H Mazino (30 mins), Tagliavento (33)

Referee: Didier Mene (France)

Att: 8707

Virgin Mobile Man of the Match: Olly Barkley

RESULT BATH 50 L,AQUILA 0

20TH DECEMBER 2003 BATH V NEWCASTLE

The fly half kicked four from five penalty attempts at goal, whilst also adding the conversion to Andy Beattie’s 69th minute try. In stark contrast Newcastle fly half Dave Walder missed his first four attempts at goal before kicking a single penalty in the second half and converting OPhil Dowson’s 79th minute try.

Andy Beattie’s try came from a rolling maul five metres out from the Newcastle line.

After the game John Connolly said that despite being delighted with the win, he was less than impressed with the performance. “At times the players had difficulty standing,” said the Head Coach. “It was`not a pretty game and the execution from both sides was extremely poor.”

Bath Rugby:

15. Matt Perry (Robbie Kydd)
14. Wylie Human (Simon Danielli)
12. Alex Crockett
13. Kevin Maggs
11. Andrew Higgins
10. Olly Barkley 5p
9. Hentie Martens (Ross Blake)

1. David Flatman (David Barnes)
2. Jonathan Humphreys (c) (Lee Mears)
3. Duncan Bell
4. Steve Borthwick
5. Rob Fidler
6. Andy Beattie 1t
7. Michael Lipman (James Scaysbrook)
8. Zak Feaunati (Scott Gray)

16. Ross Blake
17. Lee Mears
18. David Barnes
19. Robbie Kydd
20. Si Danielli
21. James Scaysbrook
22. Scott Gray

Newcastle Falcons

15. Joe Shaw
14. Tom May
13. Jamie Noon
12. Mark Mayerhofler (c)
11. Michael Stephenson
10. Dave Walder
9. James Grindal

1. Ian Peel
2. Matt Thompson
3. Micky Ward
4. Stuart Grimes
5. Mark Andrews
6. Jon Dunbar
7. Phil Dowson
8. Warren Britz

16. Dave Wilson
17. Nick Makin
18. Garath Archer
19. Geoff Parling
20. Phil Godman
21. Shaun Richardson
22. Mark Wilkinson

Ref: Ashley Rowden
Att: 9980

RESULT NEWCASTLE 10 BATH 20

27th DECEMBER 2003 SARACENS V BATH

However, an ankle injury to Mike Tindall (the full extent of the damage is still to be known), soured what was a good day for the men in the blue, black and white.

Bath Rugby’s try scorers were Mike Tindall and Andrew Higgins, whilst the visitors were also awarded a penalty try after Robbie Kydd was adjudged to have tripped Olly Barkley close to the line.

Olly Barkley scored nine points with the boot.

RESULT SARACENS 15 BATH 20

12th JANUARY 2004 BATH V LEEDS TYKES

Preview: Welcome to the Recreation Ground on a bitterly cold, but clear day for this Zurich Premiership game between Bath Rugby and Leeds Tykes. Both sides are depleted due to international duty and injuries with Bath Rugby missing Olly Barkley, Iain Balshaw, Danny Grewcock, Simon Danielli and Kevin Maggs through international duty, whilst Leeds are without Aaron Persico, Alix Popham and Mark Regan.

With Mike Tindall a week away from his return, Spencer Davey makes his own return in the centre after recovering with a foot injury. James Hudson makes his ZP debut in the second row, whilst Joe Mbu is included in a competitive first team squad for the first time. The winger is included amongst the reserves.

If David Barnes comes off the bench this afternoon he will make his 100th appearance for the club.

10 MINS…Bath Rugby attack and are awarded a penalty. Chris Malone kicks from 35 metres. 3-0

25 Dan Hyde Try, Ross c. 3-7

38 Chris Malone penalty after Leeds are penalised in the scrum. 6-7

40 (+2) Chris Malone penalty from 35 metres.

40 (+7) Gordon Ross drop goal from 25 metres.

41 Gordon Ross penalty. 9-13

42 Human bundled into touch three metres out

51 Chris Malone penalty from 25 metres. 12-13

63 Zak Feaunati try. Malone con. 19-13

71 Chris Malone penalty. 22-13

FULL TIME.

Bath Rugby: 15 Chris Malone, 14 Alex Crockett, 13 Andrew Higgins, 12 Spencer Davey, 11 Wylie Human, 10 Mike Catt, 9 Martyn Wood, 1 David Flatman (Barnes, 22), 2 Jonathan Humphreys © (Mears, 63), 3 Duncan Bell (Stevens 48), 4 James Hudson, 5 Rob Fidler, 6 Andy Beattie, 7 Michael Lipman (Scaysbrook 75), 8 Zak Feaunati

Reps: 16 Ross Blake, 17 Lee Mears, 18 Matt Stevens, 19 Joe Mbu, 20 David Barnes, 21 James Scaysbrook, 22 Scott Gray

15. Matt Cardey, 14. Dan Scarbrough, 13. Tristan Davies, 12. Andre Snyman, 11. Phil Christphers, 10. Gordon Ross (Hodge, 75), 9. Alan Dickens, 1. Matt Holt, 2. Rob Rawlinson, 3. Gary Powell (Cusack, 63), 4. Phil Murphy (Morgan, 63), 5. Tom Palmer (c), 6. Matt Salter, 7. Dan Hyde (Hooper 67), 8. Colm Rigney,

Reps:16. Michael Cusack, 17. Mike Shelley, 18. Stuart Hooper, 19.Scott Morgan, 20. Ryan Walker, 21. Duncan Hodge, 22. Tim Walsh

Ref: David Rose (RFU)

 

11th JANUARY 2004 COLOMIERS V BATH

Full back Simon Danielli quickly settled any nerves in his new found role with a chip and chase try after just five minutes as the visitors made an excellent start, but Colomiers came back strongly with a try from centre Jean Phillipe Viard in the thirteenth minute to tie the scores. A converted try from winger Aires pulled the hosts into a seven point lead before Captain Dubois added a penalty in the 24th minute to stretch the score to 15-5.

Bath Rugby never gave up though and continued to pressure the Colomiers defence, particularly in the forwards before Martyn Wood atoned for his mistake at Rortherham last weekend to charge down an attempted Colomiers clearance. Ross Blake, playing on the wing, gathered and fed to Alex Crockett who gave the scoring pass to Wood. Olly Barkley, who had missed his first tweo kicks at goal in difficult conditions, made sure with the touchline conversion.

Entering the final five minutes of the first half, Bath Rugby were back within three. However, Dubois added a second penalty to give the hosts a 18-12 half time advantage.

It was a completely different Bath Rugby side that took to the field in the second half. First half errors gave way to some superb attacking rugby and Olly Barkley landed a penalty before Andrew Higgins scored the first of his two tries, which Barkley converted before adding a second penalty.

Andrew Higgins crossed for his second late on in the half, but Colomiers restored some hope for the trip to the Rec on Saturday with a late converted try.

There are still tickets available for the second leg at the Rec on Saturday (2.15pm). Mike Catt and Mike Tindall will be parading the William Webb Ellis trophy at half time. To buy tickets please call the Bath Rugby Ticket Office on 01225 460 588.

Scorers: Tries: Higgins 2, Danielli, Wood. Cons: Barkley 3. Pens: Barkley 3.

RESULT COLOMIERS 25 BATH 30

 17th JANUARY 2004 BATH V COLOMIERS

Live-Bath Rugby 26 (58) V Colomiers 17 (42)

Minute by Minute report

With Dom Rumbles at the Rec.

Welcome to a chilly but beautiful day in Bath. The sun is shining and there is a full house at the Rec.

(O mins) Bath Rugby win the toss and Olly Barkley kicks-off towards the Hamptons Stand.

(3 mins) Barkley kicks ahead off Colomiers turn over. Danielli chases and Colomiers are pinned on their own line.

(4 mins) Fidler takes at a lineout and Bath drive on inside the Colomiers 22. The French side pulled down the maul and Olly Barkley is handed a shot at goal. The fly half makes no mistake (3-0) (agg 35-25)

(10 mins) Colomiers lineout inside Bath 22. Dubois cross-field kick taken well by Simon Danielli at full back.

(14 mins) Penalty to Bath 43 metres out as Colomiers midfield caught offside. Barkley steps up to slot over the kick. (6-0) (agg 38-25)

(19 mins) Colomiers penalised at a scrum inside their own 22. Scuffle follows and the penalty is reversed.

(25 mins) Colomiers awarded a penalty inside the Bath 22 after Bath are caught offside in midfield. Dubois kicks the penalty (6-3) (agg 38-28)

(31 mins) Barkley goes blind inside the Colomiers 22. The ball goes loose. Larguet hacks on, gathers and sprints 80 metres to score. Dubois’ conversion is wide. (6-8) (agg 38-33).

(34 mins) Algret sent to the bin for killing the ball. Bath awarded a penalty just outside the 22 on the left hand side. Barkley strikes it well. (9-8) (agg 41-33)

HALF TIME: Mike Catt, Mike Tindall and Iain Balshaw parade the William Webb Ellis trophy around the ground to rapturous applause.

(41 mins) Bath penalised at scrum in injury time and then again for not retreating ten metres from quick tapped penalty. Dubois has a kick at goal in injury time from 30 metres and swings it through to put the French team back in front. (9-11) (agg 41-36)

(42 mins) Bath awarded penalty in the shadow of the posts and elect to take scrum rather than kick at goal. Beattie picks up and is driven over. Barkley’s simple conversion is good. (16-11) (agg 48-36).

(46 mins) Colomiers penalised at a scrum inside their own 22. Barkley strikes the penalty between the posts. (19-11) (agg 51-36).

(52 mins) Colomiers awarded a penalty. Dubois strikes the ball well. (19-14) (agg 51-39)

(52 mins) Bath rep: Mears for Humphreys.

(57 mins) Danny Grewcock penalised for holding onto the ball. Dubois kicks the three points. (19-17) (agg 51-42).

(57 mins) Bath rep: Barnes for Flatman.

(60 mins) Bath rep: Stevens for Bell.

(72 mins) After a period of sustained pressure, Bath are awarded a penalty inside the Colomiers half after the French side are caught offside. Barkley misses the penalty.

(80 mins) Scaysbrook and Gray on for Beattie and Lipman.

(80 mins) Penalty to Bath after Colomiers caught offside. Bath elect to take the quick tap and Gray scores. Barkley’s conversion is good. (26-17) (agg 58-42).

Bath: 15 S Danielli; 14 A Higgins, 13 K Maggs, 12 A Crockett, 11 R Blake; 10 O Barkley, 9 M Wood;1 D Flatman (Barnes 57), 2 J Humphreys (Mears, 53), 3 D Bell (Stevens 60), 4 R Fidler, 5 D Grewcock (capt), 6 A Beattie (Gray 80), 7 M Lipman (Scaysbrook 80), 8 I Feaunati

Replacements: 16 H Martens, 17 L Mears, 18 D Barnes, 19 C Malone, 20 S Gray, 21 J Scaysbrook, 22 M Stevens

Colomiers: 15 B Thiery; 14 Y Larguet, 13 J Cassin, 12 J Grandclaude, 11 F Sid; 10 J Dubois, 9 A Sallecanne; 1 Y Forestier, 2 T Algret, 3 R Cheron, 4 P Albacete, 5 J Lorenzi, 6 P Magendie, 7 T Dusautoir, 8 F Ntamack

Replacements: 16 C Laurent, 17 J Tomuli, 18 M Rolland, 19 S Bohn, 20 F Culinat, 21 D Giannantonio, 22 J Viard

Att:9980 (sell out)

Referee: Olan Trevor (Ireland)

RESULT BATH 26 COLOMIERS 17

31st JANUARY 2004 BATH V BEZIERS

The Bath Rugby Head Coach said, “We achieved what we set out to do and we scored three good tries in what were pretty tricky conditions. So I am extremely pleased.”

In what was a physical affair at the Rec, there were four yellow cards and number of injuries, but Connolly insists that all will make the field against London Wasps next weekend.

“There was a lot of hand combat out there,” he said. “Duncan Bell has a trapped nerve in his knee, whilst Andrew Higgins sustained a cut to his calf and required stitches whilst Jonathan Humphreys also required stitches.”

“We are not sure about Catty yet, but we will have Wylie Human available for the Wasps game.”

Bath Rugby 26 v 7 Beziers

21st FEBRUARY 2004 BATH V LEEDS TYKES

Preview: Welcome to the Recreation Ground on a bitterly cold, but clear day for this Zurich Premiership game between Bath Rugby and Leeds Tykes. Both sides are depleted due to international duty and injuries with Bath Rugby missing Olly Barkley, Iain Balshaw, Danny Grewcock, Simon Danielli and Kevin Maggs through international duty, whilst Leeds are without Aaron Persico, Alix Popham and Mark Regan.

With Mike Tindall a week away from his return, Spencer Davey makes his own return in the centre after recovering with a foot injury. James Hudson makes his ZP debut in the second row, whilst Joe Mbu is included in a competitive first team squad for the first time. The winger is included amongst the reserves.

If David Barnes comes off the bench this afternoon he will make his 100th appearance for the club.

10 MINS…Bath Rugby attack and are awarded a penalty. Chris Malone kicks from 35 metres. 3-0

25 Dan Hyde Try, Ross c. 3-7

38 Chris Malone penalty after Leeds are penalised in the scrum. 6-7

40 (+2) Chris Malone penalty from 35 metres.

40 (+7) Gordon Ross drop goal from 25 metres.

41 Gordon Ross penalty. 9-13

42 Human bundled into touch three metres out

51 Chris Malone penalty from 25 metres. 12-13

63 Zak Feaunati try. Malone con. 19-13

71 Chris Malone penalty. 22-13

FULL TIME.

Bath Rugby: 15 Chris Malone, 14 Alex Crockett, 13 Andrew Higgins, 12 Spencer Davey, 11 Wylie Human, 10 Mike Catt, 9 Martyn Wood, 1 David Flatman (Barnes, 22), 2 Jonathan Humphreys © (Mears, 63), 3 Duncan Bell (Stevens 48), 4 James Hudson, 5 Rob Fidler, 6 Andy Beattie, 7 Michael Lipman (Scaysbrook 75), 8 Zak Feaunati

Reps: 16 Ross Blake, 17 Lee Mears, 18 Matt Stevens, 19 Joe Mbu, 20 David Barnes, 21 James Scaysbrook, 22 Scott Gray

15. Matt Cardey, 14. Dan Scarbrough, 13. Tristan Davies, 12. Andre Snyman, 11. Phil Christphers, 10. Gordon Ross (Hodge, 75), 9. Alan Dickens, 1. Matt Holt, 2. Rob Rawlinson, 3. Gary Powell (Cusack, 63), 4. Phil Murphy (Morgan, 63), 5. Tom Palmer (c), 6. Matt Salter, 7. Dan Hyde (Hooper 67), 8. Colm Rigney,

Reps:16. Michael Cusack, 17. Mike Shelley, 18. Stuart Hooper, 19.Scott Morgan, 20. Ryan Walker, 21. Duncan Hodge, 22. Tim Walsh

Ref: David Rose (RFU)

RESULT BATH 22 LEEDS 13

 8th MAY 2004 BATH V GLOUCESTER

 

The Head Coach said, “I was really staggered by their support this evening-they were phenomenal. They all said to clap the team at the end and that was a true show of support. I really do feel that we have the best support bar none. They follow us in their droves across the Zurich Premiership, throughout Europe and even to our friendly matches.”

“There must have been nearly 20,000 fans their and I would like to take this opportunity to thank them for all that they have done this season-they are a part of this team.”

  1. MALONE PEN 3-0
  2. MALONE MISSED PEN
    30. MALONE PEN 6-0
    33. MALONE PEN 9-0
    40. PAUL MISSED PEN
    40 (6). MALONE PEN 12-0HALF TIME43. PAUL MISSED PEN
    56 BEATTIE TRY, MALONE MISSED CON 17-0
    59 MALONE PEN 20-0
    69 MEARS TRY, MALONE CON 27-0
    73 HUMAN TRY, MALONE CON 34-0
    80 CROCKETT TRY, MALONE CON 42-7

    Bath Rugby

    15 Matt Perry
    14 Andrew Higgins
    13 Spencer Davey
    12 Robbie Fleck
    11 Wylie Human
    10 Chris Malone
    9 Martyn Wood
    1 David Barnes
    2 Jonathan Humphreys
    3 Duncan Bell
    4 Steve Borthwick
    5 Danny Grewcock ©
    6 Andy Beattie
    7 Michael Lipman
    8 Zak Feaunati

    16 Ross Blake
    17 Lee Mears
    18 David Flatman
    19 Alex Crockett
    20 Mike Catt
    21 James Scaysbrook
    22 Rob Fidler

    Gloucester

    15. Jon Goodridge
    14. Marcel Garvey
    13. Terry Fanolua
    12. Henry Paul
    11. James Simpson-Daniel
    10. Duncan McRae
    9. Andy Gomarsall

    1. Trevor Woodman
    2. Chris Fortey
    3. Andy Deacon
    4. Mark Cornwell
    5. Alex Brown
    6. Jake Boer (c)
    7. Peter Buxton
    8. Junior Paramore

    Reps:
    16. Delarey Du Preez
    17. Rodrigo Roncero
    18. Nick Wood
    19. Adam Eustace
    20. Andy Hazell
    21. Simon Amor
    22. Robert Todd

RESULT BATH 41 GLOUCESTER 7

24th MAY 2004 MONTFERRAND V BATH

Bath Rugby went out 53-51 on aggregate at the Parc des Sports, Marcel-Michelin on Saturday after losing 38-22 to a AS Montferrand side who were at the top of their game, but Connolly insists that his side will now need to put everything behind them and concentrate on what is a tough climax to the Zurich Premiership season.

“The Zurich Premiership is still in our hands,” said the Australian. “We simply have to move on and prepare for the trip to NEC Harlequins on Sunday. We have two big games left in the regular season and we must ensure that we are one hundred percent for them.”

“I would say that the first half was the worst that we have played this season. Evidently our minds were not on the job.”

Bath Rugby’s tries came from Zak Feaunati, Danielli and Human, whilst Malone kicked two conversions and Olly Barkley kicked a penalty.

RESULT MONTFERRAND 38 BATH 22

 

 

 

 

 

 

21st MARCH 2004 BATH V LDN IRISH

9 mins: London Irish try by Paul Sackey. From a Bath Rugby lineout Irish pounced on loose ball. Horak coming into the line created an overlap and Sackey had the gas for the corner. Mapletoft miss conversion LI 5 Bath Rugby 0

17 mins: London Irish penalty miss by Mark Mapletoft

23 mins: Bath Rugby penalty by Chris Malone. Darren Edwards yellow card for interfering at scrum. LI 5 Bath Rugby 3

30 mins: Bath Rugby try by Duncan Bell. Steve Borthwick took ball at lineout, Bath rolling maul and Bell goes over. Chris Malone miss conversion. LI 5 Bath Rugby 8

34 mins: Penalty by Mark Mapletoft. Bath Rugby lineout infringement. LI 8 Bath Rugby 8

37 mins: Penalty by Mark Mapletoft. Martyn Wood sinbinned for deliberate obstruction. LI 11 Bath Rugby 8

40 mins: Penalty miss by Chris Malone. LI kill ball at ruck.

44 mins: Penalty by Chris Malone. LI penalised for violent play. LI 11 Bath Rugby 11

Half Time

44 mins: Penalty by Mark Mapletoft. Bath Rugby infringement at scrum. LI 14 Bath Rugby 11

47 mins: LI sub Wheatley for Hardwick, Bath Rugby subs Mears for Humphreys, Stevens for Bell

52 mins: Bath Rugby try by Lee Mears. Bath Rugby drive rolling maul 20m from lineout. Chris Malone conversion. LI 14 Bath Rugby 18

62 mins: LI subs Murphy for Sheasby, Everitt for Mapletoft

70 mins: Penalty for LI by Barry Everitt. Bath Rugby offside at contact area. LI 17 Bath Rugby 18

71 mins: Bath Rugby sub Barnes for Flatman

73 mins: LI sub Kennedy for Casey.

74 mins: LI Penalty miss by Barry Everitt. Bath penalised at contact area.

75 mins: Bath Rugby subs Blake for Wood, Scaysbrook for Lipman

79 mins: Bath Rugby drop goal by Chris Malone. Fabulous effort from 40m. LI 17 Bath Rugby 21

80 mins: LI sub Flavin for Drotske

82 mins: LI sub Barrett for Hoadley

85 mins: LI penalty by Barry Everitt. LI 20 Bath Rugby 21

89 mins: Full Time

Teams:

London Irish: Horak; Sackey, Appleford, Hoadley, Bishop; Mapletoft, Edwards; Hatley, Drotske, Hardwick; Strudwick (c), Casey; Danaher, Dawson, Sheasby

Subs: Wheatley, Flavin, Roche, Kennedy, Murphy, Barrett, Everitt

Bath Rugby: Sampson; Crockett, Higgins, Davey, Human; Malone, Wood; Flatman, Humphreys (c), Bell; Borthwick, Fidler; Beattie, Lipman, Feaunati

Subs: Blake, Mears, Stevens, Knox, Barnes, Scaysbrook, Hudson

Ref: Tony Spreadbury
Touch Judges: Dave Broadwell, Huw Jones-Williams
Att: 20,840 (ZP Record)

27thMARCH 2004 BATH V LDN IRISH

Full Time: Bath Rugby 23 V London Irish 21

Robbie Fleck is named on the bench for this crucial Zurich Premiership match against London Irish. John Connolly makes just one change to the starting line up that defeated Irish 21-20 last weekend with James Hudson coming in for Steve Borthwick who is away on international duty.

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2 mins: LI try by Kieron Dawson. Bath Rugby caught napping by quickly taken lineout. Barry Everitt converts. Bath Rugby 0 LI 7

18 mins: Bath Rugby try by Alex Crockett. Good half charge from Jonathan Humphreys. From recycled ball Paul Sampson chips over the defence, Crockett is first to the ball to score. Chris Malone conversion hits post. Bath Rugby 5 LI 7

22 mins: LI penalty miss. Everitt misses penalty after Wood caught offside at scrum

36 mins: Bath Rugby substitution. Mears for Humphreys

37 mins: Bath Rugby penalty by Chris Malone: Edwards tackles Feaunati whilst the scrum still in progress to give away the penalty. Bath Rugby 8 LI 7

40 mins: London Irish penalty converted by Barry Everitt. Bath Rugby 8, London Irish 10.

40 (+4) mins. Penalty for Bath Rugby after Irish caught coming in from the side. Malone converts. Bath Rugby 11, London Irish 10

Half Time

44 mins: LI penalty by Barry Everitt. Bath Rugby adjudicated to be offside. Bath Rugby 11 LI 13

45 mins: LI substitution. Wheatley for Hatley

49 mins: Bath Rugby penalty by Chris Malone. LI offside at breakdown. Bath Rugby 14 LI 13. Bath Rugby substitution Stevens for Bell

58 mins: Bath Rugby drop goal by Chris Malone. Bath Rugby 17 LI 13

64 mins: LI substitution. Sheasby for Murphy

68 mins: Bath Rugby penalty by Chris Malone. Chris Sheasby offside at contact area, disrupting promising Bath Rugby attack. Bath Rugby 20 LI 13

70 mins: Bath Rugby substitution Barnes for Flatman. LI substitutions Kennedy for Casey, Barrett for Edwards

74 mins: LI penalty by Barry Everitt. Michael Lipman unable to roll away from the tackle, giving away penalty. Bath Rugby 20 LI 16

75 mins: Bath Rugby substitution Scaysbrook for Lipman

81 mins: LI try by Paul Sackey. Overlap created and Sackey has gas for the corner. Barry Everitt misses conversion. Bath Rugby 20 LI 21

83 mins: Bath Rugby drop goal by Chris Malone. Bath Rugby pack win restart and make good yards for Malone to make 40 yard drop goal. Bath Rugby 23 LI 21

86 mins: Full Time. Bath Rugby 23 LI 21

BATH RUGBY

Team: 15 Paul Sampson, 14 Alex Crockett, 13 Andrew Higgins, 12 Spencer Davey, 11 Wylie Human, 10 Chris Malone, 9 Martyn Wood, 1 David Flatman, 2 Jonathan Humphreys (captain), 3 Duncan Bell , 4 Rob Fidler, 5 James Hudson, 6 Andy Beattie, 7 Michael Lipman, 8 Zak Feaunati

Substitutes: 16 Hentie Martens,17 Lee Mears, 18 Matt Stevens, 19 Robbie Fleck, 20 David Barnes, 21 James Scaysbrook, 22 Scott Gray

TRIES: Crockett
CONS:
PENS: Malone (4)
DROPGOALS: Malone (2)
CARDS:

LONDON IRISH

Team: 15. Michael Horak; 14. Paul Sackey; 13. Nick Greenstock; 12. Nils Mordt; 11. Justin Bishop; 10. Barry Everitt; 9. Darren Edwards; 1. Neal Hatley; 2. Adrian Flavin; 3. Rob Hardwick; 4. Ryan Strudwick (captain); 5. Bob Casey; 6. Declan Danaher; 7. Kieron Dawson; 8. Phil Murphy.

Substitutes: 16. Doug Wheatley; 17. David Paice; 18. Paul Gustard; 19. Nick Kennedy; 20. Chris Sheasby; 21. Kevin Barrett; 22. Mark Mapletoft.

TRIES: Dawson, Sackey
CONS: Everitt
PENS: Everitt (3)
CARDS:

REF: DAVE PEARSON (RFU)
ATTENDANCE: 9980
Man of the Match: Chris Malone

3rd APRIL 2004 BATH V SALE

Welcome to the Recreation Ground for this Zurich Premiership match against Sale Sharks. Danny Grewcock and Jonathan Humphreys are missing for Bath Rugby whilst Mike Catt starts at full back and Mike Tindall, Olly Barkley, Steve Borthwick, Kevin Maggs and Simon Danielli return from international duty to start.

Charlie Hodgson returns for the Sharks with Andrew Sheridan and Jason Robinson, but Chris Jones has failed to recover from a hand injury.

3m- Olly Barkley pen (3-0)
15m- Charlie Hodgson try (3-5)
25m- Feaunati try (8-5)

HALF TIME

44m Michael Lipman try (13-5)
84m Chris Malone pen (16-5)
89m Sheridan try, Hodgson con (16-12)

Teams:
Bath Rugby: 15 Mike Catt, 14 Alex Crockett, 13 Kevin Maggs, 12 Mike Tindall, 11 Simon Danielli, 10 Olly Barkley, 9 Martyn Wood, 1 David Flatman, 2 Lee Mears, 3 Duncan Bell, 4 Steve Borthwick ©, 5 Rob Fidler, 6 Andy Beattie, 7 Michael Lipman, 8 Zak Feaunati.

Replacements: 16 Hentie Martens, 17 Rob Hawkins, 18 Matt Stevens, 19 Wylie Human, 20 Chris Malone, 21 James Scaysbrook, 22 Scott Gray.

Sale Sharks: Robinson, Cueto, Mayor, Baxendell, Hanley, Hodgson, Wigglesworth, Sheridan, Titterrell, Stewart, Fullarton, White, Anglesea, Perrett, Davies.

Replacements: Cairns, Turner, Schofield, Day, Going, Hercus and Walshe.

 

 

10th APRIL 2004 BATH V MONTERRAND

Trailing 15-3 at the break, the home side delivered 26 unanswered points as AS Montferrand’s challenge faded with the sending off of prop Attoub for stamping after a second yellow card.

Olly Barkley led the fightback after a disappointing and sloppy first half with a well worked try in the 54th minute, before Wylie Human showed great skill in touching down over his head for the second score in the corner. Barkley’s touchline conversion befitted what was a wonderful try.

With AS Montferrand at the ragged edge, Bath seized the initiative and after fully seven minutes of scrummaging on the opposition line, the home side were awarded a penalty try after the Montferrand front row collapsed the scrum for the umpteenth time. Barkley converted to give his side the lead for the first time

Incredibly, Bath stretched the advantage in the 74th minute when after a catch and drive from Zak Feaunati, replacement Scott Gray touched down in the corner. Again Olly Barkley was on target with the conversion and the comeback was complete.

“I was happy with the result but we were very sloppy in the first half,” said Head Coach John Connolly. “However, we tightened things in the second half and played some good rugby at times. We now look forward to the trip to Montferrand.”

John was also delighted to see Matt Perry and Robbie Fleck make their first team returns after injury. “I thought that Matt did extremely well. He was tired but looked sharp and we are all pleased for him. Robbie did not see much ball in the closing stages but it is good to have him back.”

 

18th APRIL 2004 NORTHAMPTON V BATH

4 mins: Saints penalised for killing ball, Malone has a go at goal from just inside his own half but the attempt falls short.

13 mins: Saints again penalised for killing the ball, this time inside their own 22. Malone kicks the penalty. Saints 0 Bath Rugby 3

15 mins: Bath Rugby penalised at contact area, Paul Grayson levels the scores. Saints 3 Bath Rugby 3

24 mins: Bath Rugby dive over the top at a Saints ruck but Grayson misses the penalty.

29 mins: Saints tackler not rolling away, Malone’s penalty restores Bath’s lead. Saints 3 Bath Rugby 6

Half Time

43 mins: Martyn Wood holds back Nick Beal after the Northampton player’s chip, Grayson takes on a long penalty but it goes wide.

45 mins: Bath give away a penalty for holding down a jumper at the lineout, Grayson again goes for goal and this time nails it. Saints 6 Bath Rugby 6

48 mins: Saints dive on top at the ruck and kill the ball. Malone misses the kick. Mears, Stevens and Grewcock come on for Humphreys, Bell and Fidler.

49 mins: Morris for Taumoepeau

52 mins: Saints win turnover on their own 22, spread the ball wide and John Clarke exploits the overlap to score from the halfway line. Grayson adds the conversion. Saints 13 Bath Rugby 6

65 mins: Barkley for Malone, Phillips for Seely (blood)

71 mins: Howard for Robinson

74 mins: Seely comes back on for Phillips

75 mins: Vilk on for Dawson

76 mins: Scaysbrook for Lipman

80 mins: Bath Rugby penalised at contact area. Grayson’s penalty gives the Saints a ten point lead. Saints 16 Bath Rugby 6

Full Time

Teams:

Bath Rugby

Matt Perry; Alex Crockett, Robbie Fleck, Kevin Maggs, Wylie Human; Chris Malone, Martyn Wood; David Flatman, Jonathan Humphreys (c), Duncan Bell; Steve Borthwick, Rob Fidler; Andy Beattie, Michael Lipman, Zak Feaunati

Subs: Hentie Martens, Lee Mears, Matt Stevens, Olly Barkley, Mike Catt, James Scaysbrook, Danny Grewcock

Northampton Saints

Bruce Reihana (cc); John Clarke, Ben Cohen, Matt Dawson, Nick Beal; Paul Grayson, Mark Robinson; Chris Budgen, Steve Thompson, Tevita Taumoepeau; Matt Lord, Mark Connors; Andrew Blowers (cc), Darren Fox, Grant Seely

Subs: Dan Richmond, Robbie Morris, Jon Phillips, Mark Soden, Johnny Howard, Andy Vilk, Shane Drahm

Ref: Chris White
Att: 12,005

 

24th APRIL 2004 MONTFERRAND V BATH

Bath Rugby went out 53-51 on aggregate at the Parc des Sports, Marcel-Michelin on Saturday after losing 38-22 to a AS Montferrand side who were at the top of their game, but Connolly insists that his side will now need to put everything behind them and concentrate on what is a tough climax to the Zurich Premiership season.

“The Zurich Premiership is still in our hands,” said the Australian. “We simply have to move on and prepare for the trip to NEC Harlequins on Sunday. We have two big games left in the regular season and we must ensure that we are one hundred percent for them.”

“I would say that the first half was the worst that we have played this season. Evidently our minds were not on the job.”

Bath Rugby’s tries came from Zak Feaunati, Danielli and Human, whilst Malone kicked two conversions and Olly Barkley kicked a penalty.

BATH 22 MONTFERRAND 38

 

8th MAY 2004 BATH V GLOUCESTER

 

The Head Coach said, “I was really staggered by their support this evening-they were phenomenal. They all said to clap the team at the end and that was a true show of support. I really do feel that we have the best support bar none. They follow us in their droves across the Zurich Premiership, throughout Europe and even to our friendly matches.”

“There must have been nearly 20,000 fans their and I would like to take this opportunity to thank them for all that they have done this season-they are a part of this team.”

  1. MALONE PEN 3-0
  2. MALONE MISSED PEN
    30. MALONE PEN 6-0
    33. MALONE PEN 9-0
    40. PAUL MISSED PEN
    40 (6). MALONE PEN 12-0HALF TIME43. PAUL MISSED PEN
    56 BEATTIE TRY, MALONE MISSED CON 17-0
    59 MALONE PEN 20-0
    69 MEARS TRY, MALONE CON 27-0
    73 HUMAN TRY, MALONE CON 34-0
    80 CROCKETT TRY, MALONE CON 42-7Bath Rugby15 Matt Perry
    14 Andrew Higgins
    13 Spencer Davey
    12 Robbie Fleck
    11 Wylie Human
    10 Chris Malone
    9 Martyn Wood
    1 David Barnes
    2 Jonathan Humphreys
    3 Duncan Bell
    4 Steve Borthwick
    5 Danny Grewcock ©
    6 Andy Beattie
    7 Michael Lipman
    8 Zak Feaunati16 Ross Blake
    17 Lee Mears
    18 David Flatman
    19 Alex Crockett
    20 Mike Catt
    21 James Scaysbrook
    22 Rob FidlerGloucester15. Jon Goodridge
    14. Marcel Garvey
    13. Terry Fanolua
    12. Henry Paul
    11. James Simpson-Daniel
    10. Duncan McRae
    9. Andy Gomarsall1. Trevor Woodman
    2. Chris Fortey
    3. Andy Deacon
    4. Mark Cornwell
    5. Alex Brown
    6. Jake Boer (c)
    7. Peter Buxton
    8. Junior Paramore

    Reps:
    16. Delarey Du Preez
    17. Rodrigo Roncero
    18. Nick Wood
    19. Adam Eustace
    20. Andy Hazell
    21. Simon Amor
    22. Robert Todd

RESULTBATH 41 GLOUCESTER 7

 

 

 

 

 

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