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Bath 17 Gloucester 21: Walker pulls plug on Bath

It had to end sooner or later, and yesterday the Gloucester faithful were rewarded after a wait of 20 years as at the 18th attempt their side won at Bath. In a tale of two fly-halves, Gloucester had the New Zealander Willie Walker and Bath had South Africa's Butch James, and the difference was immense.

Grewcock agrees Bath extension

England international Danny Grewcock has signed a one-year contract extension with Bath.

Sale 22 Bath 6: Hodgson's poise keeps Sale in touch with leaders

Charlie Hodgson delivered another masterclass as Sale reaffirmed their Premiership title credentials by dispatching leaders Bath in dreadful conditions at Edgeley Park.

Leeds 15 Bath 34: Departing Barkley keeps Bath in touch with leaders

Olly Barkley and a strong performance by the Bath pack guided the West Country team to a comfortable, if not altogether convincing, win against Leeds.

Dixon sums up Bath's woes

London Irish 36 Bath 13

New improved Grewcock echoes past greatness

Bath 39 Bourgoin 12

Barkley's boot makes up for lack of cutting edge

Bath 39 Bourgoin 12

Connolly reins in Bath's party preparations

Leinster 19 Bath 22
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